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From Jeff Trawick <>
Subject Re: mod_rewrite and mod_fcgid pass wrong fcgi request
Date Sat, 14 Nov 2009 01:49:21 GMT
On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 7:31 PM, Felipe Alcacibar <> wrote:
> i was commented that in the wrong list? i saw this list in the
> mod_fcgid's page and for that reason i posted that here, but i don't
> know if this is a bug or feature or anyelse, or what is the module
> that may be wrong. someone can tell me if i wrong please?

in the long term users@httpd is a better list for likely configuration
issues like this; we've been pointing mod_fcgid to this dev@ list
because mod_fcgid is new to this community and perhaps very few people
have used it

> this is a nice list for the comments that i readed, congrats!
> cheers!
> --
> Felipe Alcacibar Buccioni
> On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 8:25 PM, Felipe Alcacibar <> wrote:
>> Hi, i was friyng my brain the whole day trying to use a mod_rewrite
>> simple rewrite to a php pathinfo running via mod_fcgid.
>> http://domain.tld/path/info/use -> http://domain.tld/index.php/path/info/use
>> i trying so much posibilities, but when i take a strace to a php-fcgi
>> application i found the surprise that php treats to open the file
>> redirect:/index.php/path/info/use
>> i cannot know if this behavior is a problem in mod_rewrite or mod_fcgid.
>> someone can guide me with this?

I don't know what your rewrite config is, but rewrite isn't required
to use path info.  Can you post a minimal config that illustrates the

Something to consider when debugging mod_fcgid issues is that the same
config should work with mod_cgi[d] simply by changing the handler from
fcgid-script to cgi-script.  More people on the users@ mailing list
are able to help with mod_cgi config issues.

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