Msg#: 4573179 posted 10:48 pm on May 11, 2013 (gmt 0)
I have an Apache server, and I'd like to set up a traffic/bandwidth limit of 100GB/Month on a virtual host. Unfortunately, my google-fu has failed me: googling "apache bandwidth (or traffic) limit" has led me to nothing but mods that limit connection speeds...
I tried a mod called "mod_cband", but it didn't appear to work. After testing by setting a quota of 1MB, then downloading some files from the site (using more than 1MB), I found the site continued to operate, even after I cleared my cache, instead of sending the expected "509 Quota Exceeded". The admin 'scoreboard' page provided by the mod, however, reported that the site was over quota.
Does anyone know what the problem is? Or can anyone point me in the direction of another mod that will do the job?
Msg#: 4573179 posted 11:59 pm on May 11, 2013 (gmt 0)
:: detour to look at cband docs (which come out looking very weird when content is formatted for browser display-- < and the like-- but is delivered as plain text) ::
Not enough information. The mod comes with a heck of a lot of settings; you'd need to spell them all out.
Before even looking at the docs, my first guess is that the mod comes with a "document only" mode that simply tells you when you've gone over limit, without preventing you from doing so. Second guess is that you intentionally coded an exemption for your own IP, meaning that it will never work for you-- because you don't want it to!
Then again, it might be easier if I knew Polish ;)