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From "Lars Hansen" <>
Subject SV: Re: [users@httpd] mod_rewrite and performance question
Date Fri, 18 Jun 2004 10:37:15 GMT
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&lt;;<BR>Emne: Re: [users@httpd] mod_rewrite and
performance question<BR>Dato: 18/06/04 09:54<BR><BR><FONT face="Courier
size=2><BR>Lars Hansen wrote:<BR>&gt; I only want to execute these rules
all the subdomains of a specific<BR>&gt; domain and not <A class=autolink
href="" target=_blank></A> or any
other domain other than<BR>&gt;<BR><BR>Uhm, you don't
say much
about your setup, but you should keep the rewrite<BR>directives inside the
&lt;VirtualHost&gt; block they apply to. In which case, they<BR>will not
impact performance of the other hosts. If you current don't use<BR>virtual
hosts, it is good time to start!<BR><BR>Regards,<BR>Robert
Andersson<BR><BR>Actually the current setup uses virtual hosts and a lot of
them, but marketing keeps adding new fancy domains with different entrances,
so this functionality is being moved into the CMS. There are few VirtualHost
with high traffic that will remain. <BR><BR>/Lars

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