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Bandwidth Throttling

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by JoaoCorreia, Dec 20, 2004.

  1. JoaoCorreia

    JoaoCorreia Guest

    Would you like to see Bandwidth Throttling on clients ?
  2. hexstar

    hexstar Guest

    yes I would like to see bandwidth throttling on clients
  3. alex042

    alex042 Guest

  4. NightStorm

    NightStorm Guest

    mod_throttle will do what is needed (as would a few tutorials out there involving internal proxies), but I think the point of the poll is to ask for a Plesk-based section for throttling the max in/out rat control for domains.
    And yeah, I'd like to see one... as well as webserver and MySQL tweak center, like the one built into iis (where you can set the service to run according to the expected number of hits).
  5. chris@virtbiz

    chris@virtbiz Guest

    Neat idea - ideally this would be something you could work into a template just like you can other hosting features.
  6. pchammer

    pchammer Guest

    Still waiting for this...come on SW Soft! :D
  7. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    alex042 - Have you been able to get mod_throttle to work with Apache 2.0x? If you have, I know there are some who would appreciate a Howto or pointers!
  8. alex042

    alex042 Guest

    Actually, I've never had a need to try to install this myself. I was just passing on what I've heard mention before.
  9. wjtech

    wjtech Guest


    Your post of 21 Dec, 2004: rat control

    Freudian slip?

  10. HMIBarryLSalter

    HMIBarryLSalter Basic Pleskian

    Sep 7, 2005
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    What would happen if Bandwidth Throttling where setup on a web site? Would the hits over limit not recieve a page back or would the server respond more slowly as in less band width per connection?

    Would this be a way of protecting the server from being overwhelmed or protecting ones pocket book (as in) "will work for Bandwidth"?

    HMIBarryLSalter -
  11. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    I had forgotten about this thread. Mod_throttle won't work with Apache 2.x

    The alternative is to use bw_mod