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ApacheToday: How's my server doing?

Dec 21, 2000, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rich Bowen)

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"Using mod_status, you can tell who is looking at what on your server right now. You can tell how many people are on the web site right now. And you can see other things that may not be of particular interest to your customer, but is useful to you as the site administrator."

"... If you want more information than this, you need to use ExtendedStatus. By default set to Off, ExtendedStatus gives additional information about what your server is up to. In addition the information above, you'll also get a table listing each child and what it is doing. It will list the child processes that are currently active, and tell you what resource each of them is serving, to whom, and from what virtual host the resources are coming. (Where ``to whom'' means, usually, what IP address.)"

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