Please can you add option for install Mod_QOS with Apache 2.4 ?
Hey folks! A member of our development team has built an experimental RPM for EA4 with mod_qos. It currently will only work on CentOS 6. There's only a few of you that have voted for it, but I wanted to ask: Do any of you have interest in giving it a look? It's been minimally tested, but shouldn't have many problems.
Even if you aren't interested in the testing, are you still interested in this being available to you for EasyApache 4?
I have an interest in having this implemented, however, we are using CentOS 7 and EasyApache 4.
Thanks for letting us know! If we aim for building that RPM at all I'll be back to let you know!
I'm very interested in having this implementation in our servers. We are running on centos7 and EasyApache 4. Do you have any updates?
Unfortunately nothing has changed on our side. If it does, I'll definitely let everyone know here!
Any update on the dev status?
Nope, nothing's changed. We got nearly zero interest in the RPM we'd built, so it hasn't been published to the experimental repo. I can ask the EA team to make it experimentally available if you'd like. We're still not planning to officially support if as far as I know.
Yes please make this experimental, only reason I didn't have interest in your original is because all of our servers are using Centos 7.
Please make it experimental.
We're need to make some internal decisions about a few things before we push this to the experimental repo, but you can see the version we might push to experimental here: https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/home:Jperkster:EA4-mod_qos Feel free to take a look and let us know how you like it!
Having a few issues trying to install it. I placed EA4-mod_qos.repo with the following contents:
When I then do a:
I get the following errors:
I checked to make sure libpcre is installed (maybe this is wrong):
Thoughts on how to resolve? Or is this an issue on your end?
Quite sad to discover, that is is marked as "not planned" - as we in general require a tool for preventing too many request from single IP or similar and sounds like this module offers this. The idea of limiting abusers is pretty important and always have been "in need", therefore quite strange, that this modules is turned off..
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