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Virtual Host List

This page lists all defined virtual hosts. From here you can add/delete a virtual host or make changes to an existing one.

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Virtual Host

Virtual Host Name | Default Cluster | Config File | Requests/Second | Outbound Bandwidth (bytes/sec) | Inbound Bandwidth (bytes/sec)

Virtual Host Name

Description

A unique name for a virtual host. It is recommended to use the virtual host's domain name as the Virtual Host Name. Virtual Host Name can be referred to using the variable $VH_NAME.

Default Cluster

Description

Specifies the default cluster used for handling requests to this vhost.

Syntax

Select from drop down list

Config File

Description

The configuration filename and directory for this virtual host.

Syntax

Filename which can be an absolute path or a relative path to $SERVER_ROOT, $VH_ROOT.

Tips

$SERVER_ROOT/conf/vhosts/$VH_NAME.xml is recommended for easy management.

Requests/Second

Description

Specifies the maximum number of requests for dynamically generated content coming from a single IP address that can be processed in each second, regardless of the number of connections established. When this limit is reached, all future requests for dynamic content are tar-pitted until the next second. The per client request limit can be set at the server or virtual host level where virtual host level settings override server level settings.

Syntax

Integer number

Tips

Trusted IPs or sub-networks are not effected

Outbound Bandwidth (bytes/sec)

Description

The maximum allowed outgoing throughput to a single IP address, regardless of the number of connections established. The real bandwidth may end up being slightly higher than this setting for efficiency reasons. Bandwidth is allocated in 4KB units. Set to 0 to disable throttling. Per-client bandwidth limits (bytes/sec) can be set at the server or virtual host level where virtual host level settings override server level settings.

Syntax

Integer number

Tips

Set the bandwidth in 8KB units for better performance.

Trusted IPs or sub-networks are not affected.

See Also

Inbound Bandwidth (bytes/sec)

Inbound Bandwidth (bytes/sec)

Description

The maximum allowed incoming throughput from a single IP address, regardless of the number of connections established. The real bandwidth may end up being slightly higher than this setting for efficiency reasons. Bandwidth is allocated in 1KB units. Set to 0 to disable throttling. Per-client bandwidth limits (bytes/sec) can be set at the server or virtual host level where virtual host level settings override server level settings.

Syntax

Integer number

Tips

Trusted IPs or sub-networks are not affected.

See Also

Outbound Bandwidth (bytes/sec)

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