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From Martin Haase-Thomas <...@meome-ag.de>
Subject Re: Redirect - ErrorDocument
Date Mon, 11 Feb 2002 09:30:19 GMT
Hmm, perhaps via mod_perl and the $r->header_in() method...
Just an idea.

Mario Ohnewald wrote:

>Hello!
>
>The Problem:
>I have a slow upstream connection, to slow for a proper webserver.
>
>The Idea:
>Use the speed of free webspace providers, but let it seems like its coming
>from my server.
>
>The Solution?:
>I have made a simple redirection to a other page, but if the file doesn´t
>exits there, i get the ErrorDocument page of the "other page".
>Of course, cause all apache will do is just simply redirect it.
>What i want to try to do is to somehow let apache test if the file is
>existing in the "other page", and if not give my ErrorDocument back, if it
>exits, then it can redirect it.
>
>I am not really sure how to start, or if its even really possible to do
>that. or am i just wastig my time?! Has somene a similar solution?
>Your opinions are welcome!!!!!!!
>
>Where is the code line where it redirects the path? Where i will have to put
>my if procedure in it. Or does work completly different (alike iptables?)
>I could really need some tips, hits, opinions!
>
>Thank you!
>
>Spiekey
>
>
>
>
>
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