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From "Devraj Mukherjee" <dev...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Alias/RewriteRule/ProxyPass/SSL - how do they coexist?
Date Wed, 30 Aug 2006 13:01:49 GMT
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On 8/26/06, Chris Dagnon <chris.dagnon@isthmusgroup.com> wrote:
> Here is hopefully a succinct re-statement of my current problem:
>
> I had a website setup and it was working fine using VirtualHost ProxyPass
> to forward to another port and a server-level Alias+Directory pair to
> forward all image requests to a concrete, common directory.
>
> Now that I've added SSL into the mix, and the Alias never seems to be
> triggered for that site, though it is for a non-SSL site.  My newest
> question is wondering if it is because there is one VirtualHost *:80 with
> a RewriteRule with [R,L].  That should be fine since it is forwarding on
> to the VirtualHost *:443 rules.  But again, the Alias isn't getting
> triggered.
>
> I did try replacing [R,L] with variations including PT as mod_rewrite's
> docs suggest, but saw no changes after restarting Apache2.  I also tried
> moving and copying the Alias w/wo Directory into VirtualHost *:443 and
> before it, with no change seen.
>
> Is there anyway I can have Apache2 and/or it's mods do some painfully
> detailed logging so I can determine just what logic and what order
> everything is being processed?  I'm down to it being an interaction with
> SSL but that doesn't make sense to me.  Of course there are a couple
> warnings in the console on Apache2 startup, but nothing in the logs about
> those problems.
>
>   -      apache2: Could not determine the server's fully qualified domain
> name, using 127.0.0.1 for ServerName
>   -      [Fri Aug...] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:80 has no VirtualHosts
>
>
> Thanks for ideas on where to look or how to resolve this!
>
> -Chris
>
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