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From Steinhőfer Gábor>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_rewrite bug on 64bit??
Date Mon, 14 Mar 2005 11:36:23 GMT
Hi All!

I have some problem with Apache, Rewite on 64bit:
ii  apache         1.3.33-4
ii  apache-common  1.3.33-4
ii  apache-utils   1.3.33-4
ii  apache2-utils  2.0.53-5
ii  libapache-mod- 4.3.10-9
debian 3.1
kernel 2.6

my goal: rewrite to

so, try it in explorer:

with the followinf .htaccess (just 2 lines because of test):
RewriteEngine On
RewriteRule ^redirect/([a-zA-Z0-9]{1,11}) /redirect.php?id=$1 [L,NC]

and here is the log:
(3) [per-dir /vhost/www/] add path-info postfix:
/vhost/www/ ->
(3) [per-dir /vhost/www/] strip per-dir prefix:
/vhost/www/ -> redirect.php/1111
(3) [per-dir /vhost/www/] applying pattern
'^redirect/([a-zA-Z0-9]{0,11})' to uri 'redirect.php/1111'
(1) [per-dir /vhost/www/] pass through

I think its try to detect the file, and the redirect automatically got the
extension: .php Why?! and begin to rewrite

If the script file name not redirect.php, rather than do_redirect.php (so,
it doesnt find redirect.php in the directory) then everything goes without
This rewrite goes on other "clone system", everything is same, but 32bit,
not amd opteron 64bit

Any idea?!
Its a bug? or what?


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