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From "John Stewart" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache 2.2 with redirect and CGI
Date Wed, 07 Feb 2007 21:23:07 GMT
Problem description as best I currently understand it:

We are trying to combine two MoinMoin wikis onto a single host. The two
wikis were previously known by DNS names of wiki and kiwi respectively,
and we want to preserve that functionality for our user base.

When we move to a third host, we're presented with a couple of issues. I
can change the DNS pointers for the previous hosts to point to the new
hosts, but do I need to create vhosts with the previous names so Apache
knows what to do with those requests? Or does it simply process any
inbound traffic on port 80?

Additionally, the wiki software needs to launch a CGI script. Does that
need to exist in each vhost separately?

We've been working our way through documentation, but clearly still have
a lot to learn.


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