httpd-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Aram Mirzadeh <...@qosina.com>
Subject WWW Form Bug Report: "Redirect in srm.conf no longer works in 1.0.0 as it did in 0.8.11 and earlier versions." on Linux (fwd)
Date Mon, 04 Dec 1995 03:11:53 GMT

No ack sent. I remember there was a last minute redirect patch added.  Is 
this related, or should I look further?

<Aram>

Forwarded message:
> From nobody@hyperreal.com Sun Dec  3 20:11:46 1995
> Message-Id: <199512040013.QAA15065@taz.hyperreal.com>
> From: jlewis@inorganic5.fdt.net
> To: awm@qosina.com
> Date: Sun Dec  3 16:13:00 1995
> Subject: WWW Form Bug Report: "Redirect in srm.conf no longer works in 1.0.0 as it did
in 0.8.11 and earlier versions." on Linux
> 
> Submitter: jlewis@inorganic5.fdt.net
> Operating system: Linux, version: 1.2.13
> Extra Modules used: n/a
> URL exhibiting problem: Sorry...had to find a solution quick...we're a commercial site.
> 
> Symptoms:
> --
> We used to have the line:
> 
> Redirect /index.html http://www.fdt.net/index.html 
> 
> in srm.conf to redirect only the "root page" of 
> yoda.fdt.net to that of www.fdt.net.  After upgrading
> from 0.8.11 to 1.0.0, this no longer worked, and 
> instead of the redirect, I would get a directory 
> index of / at yoda...even though there was an old
> index.html sitting in that directory.  Asking for 
> http://yoda.fdt.net/index.html still gave the desired
> redirect.  I'm guessing something was changed (made
> more effficient) in the internal redirection from /
> to /index.html that broke our redirect.
> 
> My solution was to use a little script index.cgi 
> in yoda's htdocs dir that is:
> 
> #include <stdio.h>
> void main()
> {
>    printf("Location: http://www.fdt.net/\n\n");
> }
> 
> This seems to work just fine...but the change was
> annoying, and I couldn't find it documented anywhere.
> 
> BTW...perl scripts seem to be 100% faster under 1.0.0
> relative to 0.8.11...am I halucenating or did something
> change??  I was getting ready to recode some perl into
> C...but now I see no point.
> --
> 
> Backtrace:
> --
> 
> --
> 


-- 

			       Aram Mirzadeh
		     awm@qosina.com,awm@hyperreal.com
			http://www.qosina.com/~awm/

	43rd Law of Computing:
        	Anything that can go wr
	Segmentation violation -- Core dumped


Mime
View raw message