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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25543] - mod_usertrack does not set the cookie if the request is reverse-proxied
Date Tue, 23 Nov 2004 13:47:53 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From apachebugzilla@mikecorlett.com  2004-11-23 14:47 -------
Just to add that I have exactly the same problem. Slightly different setup, but
same issue of a new cookie being created for each object requested by the browser ;

Apache Version 2.0.51
OS : Solaris 9 fully patched

I'm not using the ReverseProxyPath function, but using the [P] parameter in my
RewriteRules, which obviously does pretty much the same thing.

Again if you need more information, just yell !

Mike


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