The Status module allows a server administrator to find out how well their server is performing. A HTML page is presented that gives the current server statistics in an easily readable form. If required this page can be made to automatically refresh (given a compatible browser). Another page gives a simple machine-readable list of the current server state.
The details given are:
- The number of worker serving requests
- The number of idle worker
- The status of each worker, the number of requests that worker has performed and the total number of bytes served by the worker (*)
- A total number of accesses and byte count served (*)
- The time the server was started/restarted and the time it has been running for
- Averages giving the number of requests per second, the number of bytes served per second and the average number of bytes per request (*)
- The current percentage CPU used by each worker and in total by Apache (*)
- The current hosts and requests being processed (*)
A compile-time option must be used to display the details marked "(*)" as the instrumentation required for obtaining these statistics does not exist within standard Apache.
To enable status reports only for browsers from the foo.com
domain add this code to your
Deny from all
Allow from .foo.com
You can now access server statistics by using a Web browser
to access the page
You can get the status page to update itself automatically if
you have a browser that supports "refresh". Access the page
refresh the page every N seconds.
A machine-readable version of the status file is available by
accessing the page
is useful when automatically run, see the Perl program in the
/support directory of Apache,
mod_statusis compiled into the server, its handler capability is available in all configuration files, including per-directory files (例如，
.htaccess). This may have security-related ramifications for your site.
|说明||Keep track of extended status information for each request|
|兼容性||ExtendedStatus is only available in Apache 1.3.2 及以后的版本中可用|
This setting applies to the entire server, and cannot be enabled or disabled on a virtualhost-by-virtualhost basis. The collection of extended status information can slow down the server.