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MOD-QOS HOW to configure QS_LocRequest path for WHM

Discussion in 'Security' started by sOliver, Jun 16, 2013.

  1. sOliver

    sOliver Active Member

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    Alright, so I have a hard time finding good documentation on configuring QOS (yes I am aware of the official documentation page)

    The problem I have is adding rules and make them actually apply:

    Example:

    QS_LocRequestPerSecLimit ~/user/folder/* 10


    This is what I tried but it still does not limit the number of requests per second. What path do I have to use to make it work?

    Also tried this to no avail:
    QS_LocRequestLimitMatch "^(/~user/folder/).*$" 10


    Does anyone here have experience with configuring MOD_Qos for WHM folders or possibly even Wordpress sites running on WHM servers?

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    E.g. if I have a Wordpress site installed under user "testing" and I published a page "/testing.html" How would I limit access to that particular page?

    MY first try would be
    QS_LocRequestLimitMatch "^(/~testing/testing.html/).*$" 10
     
  2. sOliver

    sOliver Active Member

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    I do get it that I need to use SERVER URI's - just not sure how about the configuration
     
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    cPanelMichael Forums Analyst
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    Hello :)

    You may be able to find more user support from the Mod_QOS discussion page:

    Mod_QOS - Discussions

    Thank you.
     
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