Real time measuring of bandwidth/transfers for each Virtual Host?

Real time measuring of bandwidth/transfers for each Virtual Host?

Post by Sir Willia » Sat, 04 Nov 2000 01:30:48

I'm trying to find a way to monitor and record how much total data each
virtual host is using in Apache.  I know that the server-status module
shows total data since last restart, but it's for the whole server.  Is
there a module that will monitor and record this data to some sort of
log file.  I know I could use any number of log analysis tools, but the
server generates over 50 Megs of log files a day without recording
images!  I figure there has to be a module out there that will do it, I
just haven't found it yet.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

Sir William
Systems Administrator
Superior Internet

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