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Apache concurrent number and bandwidth control issues

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Post time: 2020-2-6 08:30:01
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I have an OA program developed with PHP + Mysql and published with Apache. There is a file sharing function, and there is a problem. If a large file (such as 10M) is uploaded and shared, if an individual is viewing this file online, it will be difficult for others when bandwidth conditions are limited Login to open the OA (because he is downloading a 10M file, a person uses almost all the bandwidth). So, I thought of limiting everyone's bandwidth and concurrency on the OA.
    I checked on the Internet and used two modules to achieve the effect: mod_limitipconn and mod_bandwidth. The former can control the number of concurrent connections for each IP, and the latter can control the connection bandwidth of each IP.
    Now, my trouble is that the entire environment is under windows, and the two files mod_limitipconn.so and mod_bandwidth.so cannot be compiled.

    First of all, only these two so files are needed. Can the corresponding configuration in the http.conf file work?
    Moreover, if you can, please tell me which friend has these two files, help me, send them to me, thank you very much!
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Post time: 2020-7-30 22:45:01
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Just load win32 directly, as explained in the compressed package, modify httpd.conf
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