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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15114] - mod_rewrite doesn't pass Proxy Throughput on internal subrequests
Date Tue, 02 Dec 2003 19:47:25 GMT
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mod_rewrite doesn't pass Proxy Throughput on internal subrequests





------- Additional Comments From jeremy.brown@rbc.com  2003-12-02 19:47 -------
Another solution to this problem is to utilize the proxy: moniker instead of 
[P} to invoke the proxy client.

[P] as you have pointed out invokes the proxy client but does not continue with 
additional includes on the invoked page.

Wheras the proxy: moniker is invoked in the file mapping handler which contiues 
with additional ssi requests.

Example:
RewriteRule ^(.*) proxy:http://host/$1

This assumes that mod_proxy is installed and configured correctly!

The other benefit is that additional SSI requests will continue to be processed 
on the calling page.

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