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How do I config apache2 in order to have it discouraging people using dl accelerators? As I write, someone is using 18 connections to my server to download an iso. I'd like apache2 to be more responsive to a greater number of users, instead of using all bandwidth for only one.
Thanks for the help!
One thing to keep in mind is that if you have multiple users comming from the same network using NAT then they will all be blocked if the limit is reached. Although you could just restrict it to downloading isos and make the rest of the site unrestricted.
I tried to use that module, but it complains my server isn't compatible. Its weird, cause the guy from the site said he used apache2 version 2.0.39, and mine is 2.0.52. I also tried to apt-get install the package (there is one lib-mod-limitipconn) but the same error poped up. I'm confused. It seems the module isn't developed anymore. Shall I downgrade my server?
Here it is:
gigante:~# /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
Restarting web server: Apache2apache2: module "mod_limitipconn.c" is not compatible with this version of Apache (found 20020628, need 20020903).
Please contact the vendor for the correct version.