Mod_trace_output is an Apache module that is designed to store the data that was sent to a browser, even if the request was for a dynamic page. It is possible to use it to generate statistics on the content viewed by users, and can store captured pages in files or in a MySQL database.
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Release Notes: This release is working now with common content handling modules, including mod_jk. It also works with URIs pointing to a directory, by letting mod_dir do its job before anything else. It has now a handler for the fixup phase.
Release Notes: Previously, the way the module was called was based on the SetHandler directive of mod_mime. Now, the handler is called for all MIME types, and the module itself checks whether to handle a particular MIME type, based on the ToMimeTypesIn and ToMimeTypesOut directives. Some bugfixes were made, and the module was tested under heavy load with JMeter.
No changes have been submitted for this release.