I have trying to enable mod_status about 2 days I checked almost anything on internet.I have enabled it in httpd.conf<Location /server-status> SetHandler server-sta... [by Blisk]
I just found that http://www.apache.org/server-status display current process, URL and vhost for good. However, #SetHandler server-status is commented out on our server and disabled the URL. But they still load the mod_status.
Is there any alt. method that I could access runtime information for diagnostics (find slow URL or too many requests), without retouching the httpd.conf?
I am exploring mod_status for apache monitoring but I am not getting the way to get HTTP status code by this. I also want to monitor request serve per Hr or Day. That info also missing while enable the mod_status.
Does any body have idea like how to get those info ?
- HTTP Status Code >400
- Historical data or request.
I want to force https and basic auth for server-status output (mod_status).
If I enable auth and user asks for http://site/server-status apache first asks for pass, then redirects to httpS, then asks for pass again.
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In my httpd.conf I have the following:
Deny from all
Allow from 127.0.0.1 10.10.160
If I do a ps grep I know that I'm using the right config:
I'm trying to set up a website on my machine, and am having some trouble. I've prototyped the website using Flask and the debug server, and now would like to host it for a bit while I further debug it. This is only for internal use within my company network.