Basic Question

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Basic Question

Postby RIGOLETO » 14. December 2009 16:08

Hi there,

I am Using XAMPP tool, but I don't have idea how can I check all the client conected to APACHE, so Anybody know where can I check that?

Thanks in advance

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Re: Basic Question

Postby Nobbie » 14. December 2009 16:22

How about the logfile?
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Re: Basic Question

Postby RIGOLETO » 14. December 2009 16:27

I can check the log to see for user or client conected, but I need to check all those used conected on line and see the % of process used for them, see what I am saying?

PacheTomcat has a admin browser to add new program(JAVE, JSP) and check IP and user connected

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Re: Basic Question

Postby Izzy » 14. December 2009 21:43

Missing support info - what XAMPP version and which Windows OS?

See if this stats component included in XAMPP is what you want:
http://localhost/webalizer

If that is not what you want then find what you want on the Internet and install it.

BTW, there is a Tomcat addon for XAMPP, see the reading below.

More helpful reading for new XAMPP users:
\xampp\readme_en.txt file
or
http://www.apachefriends.org/winxampp/readme_en.txt

http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html
http://www.apachefriends.org/en/faq-xampp-windows.html
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Re: Basic Question

Postby Nobbie » 14. December 2009 21:58

RIGOLETO wrote:I can check the log to see for user or client conected, but I need to check all those used conected on line and see the % of process used for them, see what I am saying?


No. Because HTTP Protocoll does not connect permanently, the clients (browser) sends a request to a webserver, and after the webserver responds and sends the requested data (what normally should not take more than a second or less), the request will be disconnected. There is no permanent connection between clients and server.

So, what do you mean by "all those used connected on line"?
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