Add mod_setenv and mod_evasive to lighttpd
|Affected version:||2.1||Affected Architecture:|
Based on discussion at http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,51429.0.html I suggest adding mod_setenv and mod_evasive to lighttpd
Btw based on a quick grep in /etc/inc/*, it seems that CP is using mod_evasive's directive but without the module being enabled.
#1 Updated by Josh Stompro 7 months ago
This bug is related to this ticket.
#2 Updated by Ermal Luçi 3 months ago
- Status changed from New to Feedback
mod_setenv is not used from pfSense the other has been fixed already.
As explained in the forum post 9 months ago, my idea was to try to eliminate as many CP bottlenecks as possible.
One method I tried was to do the CP http -> https redirect using only lighttpd, rather than in php (as pfsense currently does) and in that setup I used mod_setenv to set the various no-cache headers.