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Old 31st May 2008
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Default Apache data transfer limit

Hey guys, quick question - I want to limit the data that apache can transfer on a vhost basis... let me clarify.

I don't want to limit the bandwidth per se, I want to limit the amount of data that can be transfered. And I want to be able to configure this per vhost (each vhost can have different value).

That way I can say this vhost can transfer 200MB/day, and this one 1G/day, etc.

Anyone know of a solution for this? Preliminary google searches only yeild a way to limit the transfer rate (3kbps for this vhost, 10kbps for that).

EDIT: In case it's necessary, it's apache22 on FreeBSD 7.
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