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Subject Re: [users@httpd] Redirect question
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2003 02:24:01 GMT
Well, I figured with my suggestion that we would *mmediately* fix the
downtime problem and so take the heat off having to have the repair done by
yesterday or the day before.

Dunno about you guys, but I've frequently found if a solution has to be
found immediately, you can easily screw something else up as a result. Then
it escalates.

If it is just one page that has problems like that, surely a quick-fix work
around can help permanently without offending one's professional outlook?
Hehe. Perhaps I suggested it because it's the Australian farmer's method of
using "a bit of fence wire"! It has worked for decades, lol!

Richard Ashton
Adelaide, South Australia

At 21:40 29-09-03 -0400, you wrote:
>On Mon, 29 Sep 2003, Jason Lieurance wrote:
>> Thanks for all your good suggestions. I will use Richard's idea as it is
simple and
>> makes the most since for us. Thanks again.
>> > You could create an index.html file which just contains the
following... <head>
>> > <META HTTP-EQUIV="refresh"
>> > CONTENT="1;URL=">
>> > </head>
>Ewwww, that's just so esthetically unpleasing.  You should use HTTP for
>what HTTP was designed to do (like sending redirects).
>I suggest you figure out what is wrong with your apache configuration,
>since otherwise you'll run into more problems in the future.
>The official User-To-User support forum of the Apache HTTP Server Project.
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