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Is it possible to configure Apache 2.4 to accept only one connection at time on port 443?

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Is it possible to configure Apache 2.4 to accept only one connection at time on port 443? is this something I can configure for my Virtual Hosts?

posted Feb 18, 2016 by anonymous

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