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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Looking for a Favicon/Robots Solution
Date Tue, 10 May 2005 16:28:21 GMT
On 5/9/05, Boyle Owen <> wrote:
> > I put that in my main server conf file thinking that it would
> > catch all
> > addresses, and if it failed to find one of the files, it
> > would spit out the
> > common file. This hit a glitch though, it appears that Apache
> > sends the address
> > information to the virtual host before running it through the
> > main config
> > (unless i have something else wrong). This means that I can't
> > just write this
> > one rule once, I would have to put it into every single
> > virtualhost.
> Exactly. The request is assigned to a particular VH based on it's TCP/IP and HTTP header
attributes. Thereafter, the only directives which apply to it are those inside the VH container
or those "outside" which have "server" context (see
> ).
> You need to put the rule in every VH...

Or set RewriteOptions inherit in all the vhosts.


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