apache_volume - Munin plugin to monitor the volume of data sent from Apache servers.
Apache HTTP servers with
The plugin needs access to http://localhost/server-status?auto (or modify the URL for another host). See your Apache documentation on how to set up this URL in your httpd.conf. Apache needs ExtendedStatus enabled for this plugin to work.
Tip: To see if it's already set up correctly, just run this plugin with the parameter "autoconf". If you get a "yes", everything should work like a charm already.
This configuration section shows the defaults of the plugin:
[apache_*] env.url http://127.0.0.1:%d/server-status?auto env.ports 80
The %d in the url will be replaced with the port. The default port is 80 as shown.
The port list is a space separated list of ports. NOTE that one single Apache can have several open ports, and the plugin needs only to contact one to get the servers global status. The list of ports is only needed if you have several different Apaches configured on your host.
If you need authenticated access to the URL you can specify the username and password in the URL. For example:
[apache_volume] env.url http://munin:spamalot@localhost/server-status?auto
This will provide for HTTP basic authentication.
The plugin shows the Apache HTTP servers global data volume in bytes. I.e. how many bytes the server has served.
If there is a flat ceiling effect on the graph you may have reached some kind of bandwidth limit on your outgoing connection.
#%# family=auto #%# capabilities=autoconf
Does not support digest authentication.