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Apache httpd Modules

The following page highlights some modules that the Apache HTTP Server Project maintains that are not included in the core distribution. For a detailed listing of third-party modules, please see modules.apache.org.

mod_fcgid

Does your CGI performance leave you wanting? Is mod_perl simply too much effort for just hosting your CGI scripts? Do you want to run PHP applications outside of your web server processes? FastCGI is the solution for you!

mod_fcgid is an implementation of FastCGI for Apache HTTP Server 2.0 and later which routes requests to FastCGI application processes which it manages.

mod_ftp

When is Apache HTTP Server not an http: server? When it's serving the same web content, via an ftp: protocol request!

This code is currently released as a beta. Volunteers are especially sought to test out the IPv6 functionality (EPRT and EPSV support).

mod_domain

Sick of keeping your DNS records and Apache config IPs and CNAMEs in sync? Let Apache serve your DNS for you based on your httpd.conf! Try out mod_domain.

This experimental code has not been released, but is available to you from the subversion development repository.

mod_mbox

Do you want to set up mail archives with Apache HTTPd 2.x ? Try out mod_mbox.

This experimental code has not been released, but is available to you from the subversion development repository. It is currently in-use by the ASF to provide our email archives browser.

mod_pop3

Do you want to see how Apache httpd-2.0 can handle different protocols? Play with mod_pop3.

This experimental code has not been released, but is available to you from the subversion development repository.

mod_arm4

Instrument the Apache HTTP Server to the ARM4 API

This experimental code has not been released, but is available to you from the subversion development repository.

mod_smtpd

This experimental code has not been released, but is available to you from the subversion development repository.

Serve SMTP on Apache with mod_smtpd.

Sandbox

The sandbox is where unreleased code goes to play. Browse around for some goodies that are not part of the normal Apache HTTP Server distribution, but may give you an idea about ways you can extend the server. Someone may be actively working on these bits, but they may be completely unmaintained!

mod_aspdotnet (retired from the ASF)

The mod_aspdotnet module has been retired by the httpd project. Every ASF project requires multiple developers, and this project did not have enough developers participating to remain under the ASF umbrella. Development has been resumed by the original authors at its new home, the mod-aspdotnet SourceForge project. Note there is NO further support or effort on this module from the httpd project, refer all questions on to the SourceForge project's user and development lists.

mod_python (retired to the attic)

The Quetzalcoatl mod_python project has been retired to the attic. Note there is NO further support or effort on this module from the httpd project, see the attic information page below for further information. You may also wish to research mod_wsgi , another effort outside of the ASF.