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From "J. Greenlees" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Huge number of VirtualHosts
Date Fri, 13 Dec 2002 22:29:35 GMT
well maybe, but it does have some merits in answering the large virtual 
host question.
and I did say might help. ;)

Jacob Coby wrote:
> Was this document written with the future in mind?
> "The examples above rely on mod_vhost_alias which appeared after version
> 1.3.6. If you are using a version of Apache without mod_vhost_alias then you
> can implement this technique with mod_rewrite as illustrated below, but only
> for Host:-header-based virtual hosts.
> In addition there are some things to beware of with logging. Apache 1.3.6 is
> the first version to include the %V log format directive; in versions
> 1.3.0 - 1.3.3 the %v option did what %V does; version 1.3.4 has no
> equivalent. In all these versions of Apache the UseCanonicalName directive
> can appear in .htaccess files which means that customers can cause the wrong
> thing to be logged. Therefore the best thing to do is use the %{Host}i
> directive which logs the Host: header directly; note that this may include
> :port on the end which is not the case for %V."
> Or did someone forget a number?
> -Jacob

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