Sega Dreamcast audio driver
Creative CA0132 (Sound Core3D) HD-audio
Cirrus Logic (Sound Fusion) CS4280/CS461x/CS462x/CS463x
(Echoaudio) 3G cards
Emu10k1 (SB Live!, Audigy, E-mu APS)
Emu10k1X (Dell OEM Version)
E-MU 1212M PCI
E-MU 1616 CardBus, 1616m CardBus, 1616 PCI
E-MU 1820M PCI
RME Hammerfall DSP Audio
RME Hammerfall DSP MADI
ICEnsemble ICE1712 (Envy24)
(Echoaudio) Indigo IO
Korg 1212 IO
Turtle Beach MultiSound Pinnacle/Fiji driver
RME Digi32, 32/8, 32 PRO
RME Digi96, 96/8, 96/8 PRO
Sound Blaster 16 (PnP)
Sound Blaster AWE (32,64) (PnP)
Ensoniq SoundScape PnP driver
Tascam US-122, US-224 and US-428 USB driver
Turtle Beach Maui,Tropez,Tropez+ (Wavefront)
RDNA GPU, codename navi10, including Radeon RX 5700XT/5700/5700M/5700B/5700XTB/5600XT/5600/5600M, Radeon Pro 5700XT/5700, Radeon Pro W5700X/W5700
RDNA GPU, codename navi12, including Radeon Pro 5600M/V520
RDNA GPU, codename navi14, including Radeon RX 5500XT/5500/5500M/5500XTB/5300/5300M, Radeon Pro 5500XT/5500M/5300/5300M, Radeon Pro W5500X/W5500/W5500M/W5300M
RDNA2 GPU, codename navi21/sienna cichlid, including Radeon RX 6950XT/6900XT/6800XT/6800, Radeon Pro W6800
RDNA2 GPU, codename navi22/navy flounder, including Radeon RX 6750XT/6700XT/6800M/6700M
RDNA3 GPU, codename navi31/plum bonito, including Radeon RX 7900XTX/7900XT
RDNA3 GPU, codename navi32
RDNA3 GPU, codename navi33
Fiji GPU, codename fiji, including Radeon R9 Nano/Fury/FuryX, Radeon Pro Duo, FirePro S9300x2, Radeon Instinct MI8
Vega GPU, codename vega10, including Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, Radeon RX Vega 56/64, Radeon RX Vega 64 Liquid, Radeon Pro Vega 48/56/64/64X, Radeon Pro WX 8200/9100, Radeon Pro V320/V340/SSG, Radeon Instinct MI25
Vega GPU, codename vega20, including Radeon (Pro) VII, Radeon Instinct MI50/MI60
CDNA Accelerator, codename arcturus, including AMD Instinct MI100 Accelerator
CDNA2 Accelerator, codename aldebaran, including AMD Instinct MI200 series Accelerators
Group authorizations based on host (name or IP address). Available as a compatibility module with previous versions
Provides for executing CGI scripts based on media type or request method
Provides for mapping different parts of the host filesystem in the document tree and for URL redirection
Sends files that contain their own HTTP headers
User authentication using MD5 Digest Authentication
Allows the use of an HTML login form to restrict access by looking up users in the given providers
Allows "anonymous" user access to authenticated areas
Provides core authentication capabilities common to all authentication providers (functionality provided by authn_alias in previous versions)
User authentication using an SQL database
User authentication using DBM files
User authentication using text files
Maintains a cache of authentication credentials, so that a new backend lookup is not required for every authenticated request
Provides core authorization capabilities to various authorization/authorization modules, such as authn_file and authz_user
Provides authorization capabilities via SQL database so that authenticated users can be allowed or denied access to portions of the web site by group membership
Group authorization using DBM files
Group authorization using plaintext files
Group authorizations based on host (name or IP address)
Authorization based on file ownership
Generates directory indexes, automatically, similar to the Unix ls command
Enable brotli compression support
Content cache keyed to URIs
Disk based storage module for the HTTP caching filter (similar to mem_cache in previous versions)
Shared object cache (socache) based storage module for the HTTP caching filter
CERN httpd metafile semantics
Enable CGI module (used by non-multithreaded MPMs, for eg. prefork)
Enable CGI module (used by multithreaded MPMs, for eg. worker)
Specify character set translation or recoding
Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) functionality
filesystem provider for mod_dav
generic locking module for mod_dav
Manages SQL database connections
Compress content before it is delivered to the client
Provides for "trailing slash" redirects and serving directory index files
Dumps all I/O to error log as desired
Modifies the environment which is passed to CGI scripts and SSI pages
Generation of Expires and Cache-Control HTTP headers according to user-specified criteria
Pass the response body through an external program before delivery to the client
Caches a static list of files in memory
Context-sensitive smart filter configuration module
Customization of HTTP request and response headers
Enable http2/alpn module
RFC 1413 ident lookups
Server-side imagemap processing
Server-parsed html documents (Server Side Includes)
Provides a comprehensive overview of the server configuration
Pending Request Counting load balancer scheduler algorithm for mod_proxy_balancer
Request Counting load balancer scheduler algorithm for mod_proxy_balancer
Weighted Traffic Counting load balancer scheduler algorithm for mod_proxy_balancer
Heartbeat Traffic Counting load balancer scheduler algorithm for mod_proxy_balancer
Logging of the requests made to the server
Forensic Logging of the requests made to the server
Logging of input and output bytes per request
Provides Lua hooks into various portions of the httpd request processing
Macros for the Apache config file
Managing domains across virtual hosts, certificate provisioning via the ACME protocol
Associates the requested filename's extensions with the file's behavior (handlers and filters) and content (mime-type, language, character set and encoding)
Determines the MIME type of a file by looking at a few bytes of its contents
Provides for content negotiation
HTTP/1.1 proxy/gateway server
AJP support module for mod_proxy
mod_proxy extension for load balancing
mod_proxy extension for CONNECT request handling
FastCGI support module for mod_proxy
FTP support module for mod_proxy
Dynamic health check of Balancer members (workers) for mod_proxy
Module to rewrite links in html pages behind a reverse proxy
HTTP support module for mod_proxy
HTTP2 support module for mod_proxy
SCGI gateway module for mod_proxy
UWSGI gateway module for mod_proxy
Provides support for the tunnelling of web socket connections to a backend websockets server
Bandwidth Rate Limiting for Clients
Replaces the original client IP address for the connection with the useragent IP address list presented by a proxies or a load balancer via the request headers
Set timeout and minimum data rate for receiving requests
Provides a rule-based rewriting engine to rewrite requested URLs on the fly
Provides support for a server wide per user session interface
Provides support for the storage of user sessions on the remote browser within HTTP cookies
Provides support for the encryption of user sessions before being written to a local database, or written to a remote browser via an HTTP cookie
Provides support for the storage of user sessions within a SQL database using the mod_dbd module
Allows the setting of environment variables based on characteristics of the request
Slot-based shared memory provider
A shared object cache provider using memcached
A shared object cache provider using a high-performance cyclic buffer inside a shared memory segment
Attempts to correct mistaken URLs that users might have entered by ignoring capitalization and by allowing up to one misspelling
Provides information on server activity and performance
Perform search and replace operations on response bodies
mod_tls TLS module for Apache, intended to replace mod_ssl
Provides an environment variable with a unique identifier for each request
Basic (required) security for Unix-family platforms
Clickstream logging of user activity on a site
Version dependent configuration
Provides for dynamically configured mass virtual hosting
Provides infrastructure for other modules to periodically run tasks
Enable xml2 encoding module
Build the aggregation plugin (aggregates multiplte values into a single value)
Build the AMQP output plugin (transmits or receives values collected by collectd via the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP))
Build the apache input plugin (collects statistics from Apache's mod_status module)
Build the apcups input plugin (reads various statistics about a connected uninterruptible power supply (UPS))
Build the ascent input plugin (reads and parses the statistics page of Ascent)
Build the battery input plugin (collects the battery's charge, the drawn current and the battery's voltage)
Build the bind input plugin (collects statistics from bind instances)
Build the buddyinfo input plugin (collects statistics from /proc/buddyinfo)
Build the capabilities input plugin (collects platform capabilities decoded from the hardware subsystems)
Build the Ceph input plugin (collects statistics from the Ceph distributed storage system)
Build the cgroups input plugin (collects CPU accounting information for processes in a cgroup)
Build a plugin to notify about uptime reset
Build the chrony input plugin (collects statistics from a chrony NTP server)
Build the connectivity input plugin (monitors interface up/down status via netlink library)
Build the conntrack input plugin (tracks the number of entries in Linux's connection tracking table)
Build the contextswitch input plugin (collects the number of context switches done by the operating system)
Build the cpu input plugin (collects the amount of time spent by the CPU in various states)
Build the cpufreq input plugin (collects the current CPU's frequency)
Build the cpusleep input plugin (measures time spent by CPU in deep sleep mode)
Build the csv output plugin (writes to comma separated values (CSV) files)
Build the curl input plugin (reads streams using net-misc/curl and then parses them according to the configuration)
Build the curl_xml input plugin (reads files using net-misc/curl and parses it as Extensible Markup Language (XML))
Build the dbi input plugin (executes SQL statements on databases and reads back the result)
Build the df input plugin (collects file system usage information, i. e. basically how much space on a mounted partition is used and how much is available)
Build the disk input plugin (collects performance statistics of disks and, where supported, partitions)
Build the dns input plugin (collects statistics of your DNS traffic on port udp/53 using net-libs/libpcap)
Build the Linux's Distributed Replicated Block Device (DRBD) input plugin (reads Linux's DRBD statistics)
Build the email input plugin (opens a UNIX domain socket and starts accepting connections on that socket)
Build the entropy input plugin (collects the available entropy on a system)
Build the ethstat input plugin (reads performance statistics directly from ethernet cards)
Build the exec input/output plugin (executes scripts / applications and reads values back)
Build the file handles input plugin (reports the number of used file handles)
Build the filecount input plugin (counts the number of files in a directory and all its subdirectories)
Build the fscache input plugin (collects information about the file-system based caching infrastructure for network file-systems and other slow media)
Build the gmond input plugin (receives data from gmond, the client daemon of the Ganglia project)
Build the gps input plugin (collects number of satellites seen by a GPS receiver using sci-geosciences/gpsd)
Build the NVIDIA GPU input plugin (collects stats from NVIDIA GPU)
Build the hddtemp input plugin (collects the temperature of disks from hddtemp daemon)
Build the hugepages input plugin (collects the number of used and free hugepages on Linux)
Build the interface input plugin (collects information about the traffic, packets per second and errors of interfaces)
Build the IPC input plugin (collects information related to shared memory)
Build the ipmi input plugin (reads hardware sensors from servers using the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI))
Build the iptables input plugin (collects statistics from a ip_tables based packet filter)
Build the IPVS input plugin (collects statistics from Linux IP Virtual Server)
Build the irq input plugin (collects the number of times each interrupt has been handled by the operating system)
Build the java input plugin (embeds a JVM into collectd for writing plugins)
Build the load input plugin (collects the system load)
Build the logfile output plugin (receives log messages from collectd and writes them to a text file)
Build the Logstash output plugin (writes collectd logs and events as Logstash JSON formatted events)
Build the logparser plugin (allows for filtering and parsing log messages)
Build the LUA language binding plugin (uses dev-lang/lua) for writing plugins
Build the madwifi input plugin (collects information about Atheros wireless LAN chipsets from the MadWifi driver)
Build the match_empty_counter filter plugin
Build the match_hashed filter plugin
Build the match_regex filter plugin
Build the match_timediff filter plugin
Build the match_value filter plugin
Build the mbmon input plugin (collects information from mainboard sensors)
Build the mcelog input plugin (subscribes to Machine Check Exceptions (MCE) and dispatches notifications)
Build the md input plugin (reports the number of disks in various states in Linux software RAID devices)
Build the memcachec input plugin (queries one or more given pages from a memcached instance and parses the returned data according to user specification)
Build the memcached input plugin (collects statistics from memcached daemon)
Build the memory input plugin (collects physical memory utilization)
Build the Modbus input plugin (reads register values from a Modbus "slave" via Modbus/TCP)
Build the MQTT plugin (sends metrics to and/or receives metrics from an MQTT broker using app-misc/mosquitto)
Build the multimeter input plugin (reads a voltage or current from a multimeter connected to a serial bus)
Build the mysql input plugin (collects values from 'SHOW STATUS' command of a MySQL server)
Build the netlink input plugin (collects statistics for interfaces, qdiscs, classes and filters using netlink socket)
Build the network input/output plugin (send values to other and/or receive values from from other collectd instances)
Build the nfs input plugin (collects information about the usage of the Network File System (NFS))
Build the nginx input plugin (collects number of requests handled and the number of current connections by connection state by the nginx daemon)
Build the notify_desktop output plugin (uses x11-libs/libnotify to display notifications to the user)
Build the notify_email output plugin (uses net-libs/libesmtp to send notifications to a configured email address)
Build the notify_nagios output plugin (sends notifications to Nagios as a passive check result)
Build the ntpd input plugin (collects statistics from a NTP server)
Build the numa input plugin (collects statistics of the Linux Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) subsystem)
Build the nut input plugin (collects UPS statistics using the Network UPS Tools)
Build the olsrd input plugin (reads information about the Optimized Link State Routing daemon)
Build the onewire (1-Wire) input plugin (collects temperature information from sensors)
Build the OpenLDAP input plugin (reads monitoring information from OpenLDAP's cn=Monitor subtree)
Build the openvpn input plugin (reads the status file printed by OpenVPN)
Build the oracle input plugin (executes SQL statements against Oracle database systems)
Build an input plugin which reports link state changes from Open vSwitch (OVS)
Build an input plugin which reports bridge and interface statistics from Open vSwitch (OVS)
Build an input plugin which reports the PCIe errors
Build the perl language binding plugin (embeds a Perl interpreter into collectd for writing plugins)
Build the ping input plugin (measures network latency)
Build the postgresql input plugin (executes SQL statements against a PostgreSQL database)
Build the powerdns input plugin (collects statistics from the PowerDNS name server or recursor via control socket)
Build the processes input plugin (collects the number of processes, grouped by their state or detailed statistics about selected processes)
Build the procevent input plugin (monitors process starts/stops via netlink library)
Build the protocols input plugin (collects information about the network protocols supported by the system)
Build the python language binding plugin (embeds a Python interpreter into collectd for writing plugins)
Build the Redis input plugin (collects usage information from Redis instances)
Build the routeros input plugin (collects information from devices running RouterOS)
Build the rrdcached input/output plugin (connects to rrdcached and submits updates for RRD files)
Build the rrdtool output plugin (writes values to RRD-files)
Build the sensors input plugin (reads hardware sensors from lm-sensors)
Build the serial input plugin (collects the traffic on serial interfaces)
Build the sigrok input plugin (reads measurements from any supported hardware from sigrok project)
Build the slurm input plugin (collects metrics from the SLURM workload manager)
Build the S.M.A.R.T input plugin (collects S.M.A.R.T statistics from disk drives)
Build the snmp input plugin (reads values from network devices using SNMP)
Build an input plugin which implements an SNMP AgentX subagent that receives and handles queries from SNMP master agent and returns configured metrics
Build the statsd input plugin (accepts statsd-type metrics from a UDP socket)
Build the swap input plugin (collects amount of memory currently written to swap)
Build the Linux SYNPROXY input plugin (collects metrics from /proc/net/stat/synproxy)
Build the rsyslog input plugin (collects system events from rsyslog)
Build the syslog output plugin (receives messages from collectd and dispatches them to syslog)
Build the table input plugin (parses table-like structured plain text)
Build the tail input plugin (follows logfiles, e.g. tail -f)
Build the tail_csv input plugin (follows and parses CSV files, e.g. tail -f *.csv)
Build the target_notification filter plugin
Build the target_replace filter plugin
Build the target_scale filter plugin
Build the target_set filter plugin
Build the tcpconns input plugin (collects numbers of TCP connections to or from a specified port)
Build the teamspeak2 input plugin (collects traffic statistics from a teamspeak2 instance)
Build the ted input plugin (connects to The Energy Detective and reads the current power over connected power lines)
Build the thermal input plugin (reads ACPI thermal zone information)
Build the threshold plugin (checks values against configured thresholds and creates notifications if values are out of bounds)
Build the turbostat input plugin (reads CPU frequency and C-state residency on modern Intel turbo-capable processors)
Build the ubi input plugin (collects block state for flash memory devices with UBIFS)
Build the unixsock input/output plugin (opens a UNIX domain socket and accepts connections)
Build the uptime input plugin (keeps track of the system uptime)
Build the users input plugin (counts the number of users currently logged into the system)
Build the uuid plugin (tries hard to determine the UUID of the system it is running on)
Build the varnish input plugin (collects information about Varnish)
Build the (lib)virt input plugin (collects statistics about virtualized guests on a system)
Build the vmem input plugin (collects information about the virtual memory subsystem of the kernel)
Build the vserver input plugin (collects information about the virtual servers running on a system, using Linux-Vserver)
Build the wireless input plugin (collects signal quality, signal power and signal-to-noise ratio for wireless LAN cards)
Build the write_graphite output plugin (stores values in Carbon, the storage layer of Graphite)
Build the write_http output plugin (sends metrics to a web-server using HTTP POST requests)
Build the InfluxDB UDP output plugin (sends metrics to InfluxDB using UDP)
Build the Kafka output plugin (sends metrics to Apache Kafka)
Build the write_log output plugin (writes metrics to a file)
Build the MongoDB output plugin (stores values in MongoDB)
Builds the Prometheus output plugin (starts an internal webserver on port 9103 (configurable) and accepts scrape requests from Prometheus)
Build the Redis output plugin (stores values in Redis)
Build the Sensu output plugin (sends metrics to Sensu Core, an open-source monitoring project)
Build the Stackdriver output plugin (stores metrics in Google Stackdriver)
Build the Syslog output plugin (sends metrics in CEE-enhanced syslog message format)
Build the TSDB output plugin (writes metrics to OpenTSDB, an open-source distributed time-series database based on Apache HBase)
Build the XEN CPU input plugin (collects XEN Hypervisor CPU stats using app-emulation/xen-tools)
Build the ZFS ARC input plugin (reports information such as the cache size, the various hits and misses (also as a ratio) and the transferred data)
Build the zookeeper input plugin (reads data from Apache Zookeeper MNTR command)
This module provides a simple host-based access control.
This module adds contents of other locations before and after the current location's content.
This module protects your site or parts of it with username and password based on HTTP Basic Authentication.
LDAP module for nginx which supports authentication against multiple LDAP servers.
This module provides authentication via PAM.
Module implementing client authorization based on the result of a subrequest.
This module provides automatic directory listings.
This module allows for on-the-fly Brotli compression.
This module creates variables, the values of which depend on the request header "User-agent".
External module adding ability to purge content from nginx's FastCGI and proxy caches.
This module can reencode data of one encoding into another.
This module adds the HTTP and WebDAV methods PUT, DELETE, MKCOL, COPY and MOVE.
Add missing WebDAV methods PROPFIND & OPTIONS to the existing WebDAV module.
Allows to return 204 or 444 code for some locations on low memory condition (reliable on FreeBSD only)
Brings shell-style goodies to Nginx config file.
This module keeps a 1x1 transparent GIF in memory that can be served very quickly.
This module makes possible the generation of file listings, like the built-in autoindex module does, but adding a touch of style.
This module allows Nginx to interact with FastCGI processes and control what parameters are passed to the process.
This module provides the ability to seek within FLV (Flash) files using time-based offsets.
This module creates variables, whose values depend on the IP-address of the client.
This module creates variables based on the IP-address of the client matched against the MaxMind GeoIP binary files.
This module creates variables based on the IP-address of the client matched against the MaxMind GeoIP2 binary files.
This module provides gRPC support.
Permits to decompress gzip'ed files on-the-fly for clients not supporting the gzip encoding method.
This module allows for on-the-fly gzip compression.
Before serving a file from disk to a gzip-enabled client, this module will look for a precompressed file in the same location.
Set and clear input and output headers
This module is a filter for transforming JPEG, GIF and PNG images.
This module implements location and variable handlers in nginScript.
This module makes it possible to limit the number of simultaneous connections for the assigned session
This module allows you to limit the number of requests for a given session.
Embed the power of Lua into nginx
This module allows you to classify, or map a set of values into a different set of values and store the result in a variable.
An extended version of the standard memcached module that supports set, add, delete, and many more memcached commands.
You can use this module to perform simple caching.
Module to export various metrics in easy-parseable JSON.
This module implements mirroring of an original request by creating background mirror subrequests.
Enable support for MogileFS.
This module adds pseudo-streaming
An open source, high performance, low rules maintenance, Web Application Firewall module for Nginx.
This module makes it possible to execute Perl directly within Nginx and call Perl via SSI.
This module makes it possible to transfer requests to another server.
Push Stream module, supporting EventSource, WebSocket, Long Polling, and Forever Iframe.
Pick a random directory index from a directory.
This module allows to change the client's IP address to value from request header (e. g. X-Real-IP or X-Forwarded-For).
This module makes it possible to block access to the site with the incorrect values of line "Referer" in the request header.
This module makes it possible to change URI using regular expressions (PCRE), and to redirect and select configuration depending on variables.
An implementation of the Simple Common Gateway Interface.
This module computes and checks request URLs for a required security token.
Web application firewall and Intrusion Detection System.
A filter that splits a request into subrequests, each returning a certain range of response
This module adds the ability to cache static files
This module provides an SPDY implementation. (Deprecated, use IUSE="http2" instead)
This module provides A/B testing support.
This module provides a filter which processes Server-Side Includes (SSI) in the input.
Module to always forward clients to the same upstream server (via sticky cookies)
This module provides the ability to get some status from nginx.
This module can search and replace text in the nginx response.
This module adds the ability to track POST upload progress via JSON API
Add health check support for upstream servers.
This module provides the ability to distribute upstream requests based on hashed key value.
This module provides the ability to distribute upstream requests based on the IP-address of the client.
Thiis module provides the ability to cache connections to upstream servers.
This module provides the ability to distribute upstream requests using load balancing methods.
This module makes it possible to define a shared memory zone that keeps the group's configuration and run-time state that are shared between worker processes.
This module gives out cookies for identification of clients.
External module for the uWSGI protocol for python web apps.
This module provides access to virtual host status information.
This module is a filter which converts an XML response with the aid of one or more XSLT templates.
Plugin to send a logline to a curl url.
Plugin to send a logline via XMPP/Jabber (see http://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/AlarmSubsystem.html).
Enable the caching framework
Send uWSGI's internal statistics to one or more Carbon servers
Implement cheaper algorithm that adds or remove workers based on average utilization for given time period
Modular clock source, uses clock_gettime with CLOCK_REALTIME
Modular clock source, uses clock_gettime with CLOCK_MONOTONIC
Base request routing internal mechanism
Call a curl url directly from a cron task
Run apps which do not require sockets
Returns requests as they were sent
Enable an emperor controlled via AMQP
Enable an emperor getting its configuration from a PostgreSQL database
Enable an emperor controlled via ZeroMQ
Proxy/load-balancer/router speaking the uwsgi protocol
Pseudoterminal server to connect to instances running inside a jail/separate namespace
Export GeoIP information as routing variables (requires dev-libs/geoip)
Send logs to a Graylog2 server in Graylog2's native GELF format
make uWSGI natively speak HTTP, using this plugin you do not need a front-end HTTP server
Lets you configure the uWSGI server via LDAP
caching for the legion subsystem
Send encrypted log messages via UDP
Enable logging to logfiles (requires USE=ssl)
Log to stdin of a newly forked process
Log to a unix socket
Write logs to a mongodb server
To monitor, and eventually get warning messages, via Nagios
Log 404 errors
Support PAM authentication
pings a uwsgi server
serve objects stored in a Ceph cluster directly using the librados API
Enable routing requests to a specific plugin/application/function using the request modifiers
Log to a redis server
uWSGI internal routing, simple access support
uWSGI internal routing, basicauth support
uWSGI internal routing, cache support
uWSGI internal routing, expires headers support
uWSGI internal routing, URL hash support
uWSGI internal routing, http headers support
uWSGI internal routing, memcached support
uWSGI internal routing, metrics subsystem support
uWSGI internal routing, radius auth support
uWSGI internal routing, simple redirect support
uWSGI internal routing, redis support
uWSGI internal routing, URL rewrite support
uWSGI internal routing, spnego auth support
uWSGI internal routing, static files serving support
uWSGI internal routing,
uWSGI internal routing,
Allow calling functions on a remote uWSGI server/cluster
Store uWSGI stats in a rrd fashion
Send logs to Unix standard syslog residing on a remote server
Enable the signal framework to allow event based inter process communication
Enable queue management that works like a printing/mail system, available for python/perl/ruby
Configure uWSGI via a sqlite database
Fast templating system that has access to the uWSGI API
Permits routing/proxy of SSL requests
Part of the metrics subsystem, lets you push metrics to a statsd server
Allows you to write native uWSGI request handlers without the need of developing a full uWSGI plugin
Enable logging to standard Unix syslog
Enable logging via systemd journal
Filter the response generated by your application, encode the output in HTTP chunked
Filter the response generated by your application, compress in gzip
Filter the response generated by your application, buffer streaming offload
Filter the response generated by your application, caching buffer to a static file
Filter the response generated by your application, transforming each character in uppercase
Ad-hoc solution for giving network connectivity to Linux processes running in a dedicated network namespace
Use green threads on top of the uWSGI async platform
Build the WebDAV server (note: attributes are stored in extended attributes)
Exposes extended file attributes as router variables
Apply XSL transformation on XML documents on the fly (requires dev-libs/libxslt)
Send statistics to a zabbix server (uwsgi behaves directly as a zabbix agent)
Allow grouping zerg instances and attach them to different zerg servers