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Monitor Apache with mod_status Status pages

Last Modified: 2013-12-06
I enabled monitoring server (status page) under Apache, as following:
<Location /server-status>
SetHandler server-status
Order deny,allow
Deny from all
Allow from
I am reading a book that says user can view the CPU usage total accesses and some other detail. As you see below:

Total accesses: 17807 - Total Traffic: 529 kB
CPU Usage: u173.4 s.03 cu0 cs0 - 117% CPU load
120 requests/sec - 3660 B/second - 30 B/request
4 requests currently being processed, 8 idle servers

But under my RHEL5 I can see only the following:

Current Time: Wednesday, 16-Jun-2010 16:55:51 AST
Restart Time: Wednesday, 16-Jun-2010 16:54:00 AST
Parent Server Generation: 0
Server uptime: 1 minute 50 seconds
1 requests currently being processed, 7 idle workers
SSL/TLS Session Cache Status:
cache type: SHMCB, shared memory: 512000 bytes, current sessions: 0
sub-caches: 32, indexes per sub-cache: 133
index usage: 0%, cache usage: 0%
total sessions stored since starting: 0
total sessions expired since starting: 0
total (pre-expiry) sessions scrolled out of the cache: 0
total retrieves since starting: 0 hit, 0 miss
total removes since starting: 0 hit, 0 miss

It doesn’t show CPU, Total accesses…etc

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