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mod_cband

mod_cband is an Apache 2 module that solves the problem of limiting the bandwidth usage of users, virtual hosts, and destinations. When the configured transfer limit is exceeded, mod_cband will redirect all further requests to a location specified in the configuration file. The module can also limit download speeds and maximal requests per second for virtualhosts, users, and remote clients.

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  •  14 Nov 2006 23:31

    Release Notes: Some memory leaks in scoreboard read/write operations and some HTML 4.0 Strict warnings were fixed. A truncf workaround for Solaris was added.

    •  28 May 2006 23:06

      Release Notes: In the previous version of the module, the bandwidth speed limited by CBandExceededSpeed directive wasn't set to the normal value after a refresh period. This bug has been fixed.

      •  19 Apr 2006 18:22

        Release Notes: This release fixes memory leaks in mod_cband's output filter and adds a truncf() definition for OpenBSD. It has been tested with high bandwidth and big files (over 3GB).

        •  02 Feb 2006 21:38

          Release Notes: A segmentation fault when cband-status is refreshing has been fixed. This version adds a 'truncf' definition for FreeBSD, more documentation in the package, a better download speed approximator, and management of the list of remote hosts.

          •  29 Jan 2006 13:22

            Release Notes: Thread-safety functions have been added. Many stress tests and various code improvements have been made for performance and security reasons.

            Recent comments

            14 Sep 2009 11:05 jeffcovey

            planetmike: Try http://sourceforge.net/projects/cband/files/ I'll add this as a download URL for this project.

            Sincerely,
            Jeff

            12 Sep 2009 03:05 planetmike

            What am I missing? Where are the downloads?

            23 Dec 2005 02:46 dembol

            Re: Different HTTP response for the overflow page?
            Sorry, there is no ability to send a non-200 HTTP responses for the overflow page. But, I'll add this functionality to the list of features that will be implemented in 0.9.6.1 :)

            21 Dec 2005 16:00 pmwhite

            Different HTTP response for the overflow page?
            Is there a way to get Apache to send a non-200 HTTP response for the overflow page? It doesn't seem right to me to send a response code of success when the page indicates failure.

            30 Nov 2005 08:53 hamzaa

            Great!
            Thanks!

            It is just great!

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