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From Justin Pasher <just...@newmediagateway.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Checking if file or directory exist
Date Wed, 10 Sep 2008 17:38:08 GMT
Jason Pruim wrote:
>
> On Sep 10, 2008, at 1:24 PM, Eric Covener wrote:
>
>>> . I have some links that look like this: 
>>> HTTP://purl.schreurprinting.com/mail.php?purl=jasonpruim112
>> ...
>>> [purl.schreurprinting.com/sid#183ecd8][rid#1836238/initial] (2) init 
>>> rewrite
>>> engine with requested uri /purl/mail.php
>>
>> Maybe mail.php is under your docroot, but purl/mail.php isn't.
>
> Actually it is... It was something that I tried to fix the problem. 
> All the links refer to /mail.php though...
>
> BEGIN LOG
> 192.168.0.253 - - [10/Sep/2008:13:28:26 -0400] 
> [purl.schreurprinting.com/sid#183ecd8][rid#1836238/initial] (2) init 
> rewrite engine with requested uri /mail.php
> 192.168.0.253 - - [10/Sep/2008:13:28:26 -0400] 
> [purl.schreurprinting.com/sid#183ecd8][rid#1836238/initial] (3) 
> applying pattern '.' to uri '/mail.php'
> 192.168.0.253 - - [10/Sep/2008:13:28:26 -0400] 
> [purl.schreurprinting.com/sid#183ecd8][rid#1836238/initial] (4) 
> RewriteCond: input='/mail.php' pattern='!-f' => matched
> 192.168.0.253 - - [10/Sep/2008:13:28:26 -0400] 
> [purl.schreurprinting.com/sid#183ecd8][rid#1836238/initial] (4) 
> RewriteCond: input='/mail.php' pattern='!-d' => matched
> 192.168.0.253 - - [10/Sep/2008:13:28:26 -0400] 
> [purl.schreurprinting.com/sid#183ecd8][rid#1836238/initial] (2) 
> rewrite /mail.php -> /p.php
> 192.168.0.253 - - [10/Sep/2008:13:28:26 -0400] 
> [purl.schreurprinting.com/sid#183ecd8][rid#1836238/initial] (2) local 
> path result: /p.php
> 192.168.0.253 - - [10/Sep/2008:13:28:26 -0400] 
> [purl.schreurprinting.com/sid#183ecd8][rid#1836238/initial] (2) 
> prefixed with document_root to 
> /Volumes/RAIDer/webserver/purl.schreurprinting.com/p.php
>
> Also here is my directory structure...
>
> qs:/etc/httpd/sites japruim$ ls 
> /volumes/raider/webserver/purl.schreurprinting.com
> build <----Folder
> design.php
> inc
> index.php
> mail.php
> p.php
> php.ini.php
> pictures
> print.php
> purl <----Folder
> purl.php
> purl.schreurprinting.com.xcodeproj <----Folder
> purlprocess.php
> qs:/etc/httpd/sites japruim$ 

What does the rewrite log entry look like when you try to just access 
http://purl.schreurprinting.com/mail.php (without the query string)?

I noticed that the input for the write rule is "/mail.php" (as opposed 
to /volumes/raider/webserver/purl.schreurprinting.com/mail.php). Since 
that file really doesn't exist, it fails the file test. This might be 
due to the differences in rewrite rules in the apache config versus 
.htaccess. Do you have a RewriteBase set in the config? It looks like 
%{REQUEST_FILENAME} is not being evaluated to the full path of the file. 
I haven't had a chance to test myself in a VirtualHost config setup.


-- 
Justin Pasher

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