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The status module enables you to view your servers current load.

There are different pages you can view:
general status page http://localhost/server-status
more verbose general info /server-status?detailed
statistics for the virtual hosts /server-status?vstats
active servers` last served requests /server-status?who

You can merge vhosts statistics and detailed modules information into one status page by retrieving /server-status?detailed&vstats.

For security concerns you should restrict access to these statistical pages by using the StatusAllowHost directive (most often found in modules.conf); keeping such informations secret is probably a good idea.

StatusAllowHost directive

Syntax: StatusAllowHost =
Context: Server Config (modules.conf)

This gives an IP of a host allowed to consult the server status through mod_status. Multiple lines with this directive may be specified; an incomplete IP address can be used to allow a range of host addresses to be granted access; as for example in:

  # access allowed from common local ethernet address range:
  StatusAllowHost = 192.168.
  StatusAllowHost = 10.0.

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