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From André Malo>
Subject Re: internal_fast_redirect question
Date Fri, 28 Feb 2003 21:30:06 GMT
* William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:

> At 08:10 AM 2/28/2003, André Malo wrote:
>>In contrast to a "normal" internal redirect the fast variant does an
>>apr_table_overlay of the header tables of the original and the new request.
>>Can someone explain, why? Why not using only the new header table? It bites
>>us, for example, with cookies, which are set twice (mod_usertrack).
> Good question.  It's a bit historical.  Some of the headers are connection
> related, and fast internal redirect doesn't do all of the connection work that
> the full redirect would.  I'd need to step the code paths, but in the end, these
> two flavors should not differ so much.
> It would be nice if we set up connection-oriented stuff at the start of the request
> in it's own table, duplicated that table for the request, and if a request does any
> sort of redirect, simply grab a fresh connection table.

If we are able to exactly define these headers, we can simply filter the 
assignment in fast_redirect. What about this option? (and who can define 
them? ;-)

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