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From Samuel Tardieu <...@inf.enst.fr>
Subject Apache, redirections and accelerators
Date Sat, 13 Apr 1996 10:05:53 GMT
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I'm having a problem with Apache 1.0.3 at www-stud.enst.fr: I use an
httpd accelerator (Harvest cache 1.4pl3) which listens on port 80
while Apache has been moved onto the port 8080.

When someone asks for an URL such as http://www-stud.enst.fr/~tardieu,
Apache send a redirect with "http://www-stud.enst.fr:8080/~tardieu/"
because it doesn't know the page gets asked through an accelerator.

Would it be possible to have a new directive in the configuration
files such as "FakePort" or "RedirectPort" which will contain in this
case "80" ? Or "FakeServerAddress" which will contain
"http://www-stud.enst.fr" (it's even better) ?

  Sam
- -- 
"La cervelle des petits enfants, ca doit avoir comme un petit gout de noisette"
                                                       Charles Baudelaire

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