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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Environment Variable contamination between vhosts - 1.3.33
Date Mon, 08 Aug 2005 01:49:33 GMT
On 8/5/05, Marc Powell <> wrote:
> And so forth... We discovered a problem where the HTTPS environment
> variable was incorrectly being set to ON for normal HTTP requests for
> one of our vhosts running SquirrelMail. Further investigation revealed
> that a number of environment variables were being cross-contaminated
> between virtual hosts. For example, running phpinfo() under VirtualHost
> would yield the following on one request (with no contamination)

The first thing to do is to repeat this test with a standard CGI
script that dumps the environment (one is included with apache httpd).
 This will help you figure out if it is a php problem or a general
apache problem.


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