How to Monitor Apache Web Server Load and Page Statistics

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36 Responses

  1. Rahul Yadav says:

    I am trying to above module implement but unfortunately this modules has not installed in apache configuration.

    please help me how can I install or enabled this modules. thank you

  2. Jayabalan says:

    For some reason, this mod_status is not working on my machine. I referred some other sites and then comment # the line Deny from all. Then it started working. How that order works?

    • Henrik Iivonen says:

      With Apache 2.4+ you need to replace this:

      SetHandler server-status
      Order allow,deny
      Deny from all
      Allow from all

      With this:

      SetHandler server-status
      Require host

  3. shik says:

    How can I enable this monitoring for a server that is running with a virtual host?

    You mentioned this above configuration will not work – can you reference an article on how to enable it on a machine with a virtual host?

  4. John says:

    I can get the standard page no problem, but it’s not nearly as interesting to look at as the Apache org page that is found here:

    Where can one go to find out about getting the server-status page to look like this please?

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