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mod_auth_mysql

mod_auth_mysql is an authentication module for apache Version 2.0 It can handle the different users of different websites within the same database. http://heuer.org/mod_auth_mysql/

ID Task Type Severity  desc Summary Status Due In Version Progress
99 Feature Request Low make use of the mod_dbd module Assigned
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Task Description

apache 2.2.x has mod_dbd module to pool the DB connections. I think the mod_auth_mysql module should use this pools

193 Feature Request Low password logging Assigned 1.12
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Task Description

I recently moved from the older SF “mod_auth_mysql” to yours and it works well. One thing I noticed while troubleshooting is that there’s no way to suppress password logging. As it stands, if there’s a misconfiguration or an incorrect user/pass entered, the full password is recorded in the apache error log.

I tried entering this in the bug tracker, but could not find a way to create a new account.

Would it be possible to consider a config option (default off) to log passwords?

Thanks,

Charles

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