Apache Modules :
bw_mod [a.k.a. mod_bandwidth] – mod_vhost_limit
Ivn Project License : [Download]
Author : Ivan Barrera (Bruce)
Contact E-Mail : Bruce (at ivn)
Status : Stable
Current Version : v0.92
mod_bw v0.92 – Source Code – [Download][Readme]
mod_bw v0.9 – Source Code – [Download][Readme]
mod_bw v0.91 – Windows Release for Apache 2.2.14 – [Download]
mod_bw SLN – Visual Studio 2008 Solution – [Download][Readme]
Purpose : Restrict the number of simultaneous connections per vhost/dir
Limit the bandwidth for files on vhost/dir
Get some basic stats
Changelog for v0.92 :
0.92 Fixes the ap_get_server_banner issue.
0.91 introduces fixes mainly for users running on Windows. See Readme.
Fixed an “invisible” memory leak, and a signed/unsigned issue affecting MinBandWidth
Code Cleanup for Visual Studio
Status page for running vhost!
Platforms : Linux/x86
MacOS X/ppc x86
If you have any comments, bug reports, feature request, etc, post it right here.
Bw Mod v0.8 [Readme]
Bw Mod v0.7 [Readme]
Bw_Mod v0.6 Still available, and with its README here.
Bw_Mod v0.5 Stable is obsoleted, and should not be used, unless you want to play with it.
Bw_Mod v0.5 RC1 is obsoleted, and should not be used, unless you want to play with it.
Mod_bandwidth v0.1 is obsoleted, and should not be used.
Restrict the number of simultaneous connections per vhost
Included some cleanup, and fixes suggested (and coded by) Chirouze Olivier
Added compile.sh , to ease the compiling proccess.
Initial revision 0.1
If ExtendedStatus is Off, it wont work. Anyways, you’ll be warned
I was based on mod_vhost_limit from Takato Satsuma [firstname.lastname@example.org]
who wrote it for Apache1.3. Download it here
If you run into problems, be sure ExtendedStatus is set On before the
LoadModule sentence.Also note, that the MaxVhostClients must be after
the ServerName directive.