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From "Mark Keenan" <mfkee...@ireland.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] mod_proxy working on initial request, but not for subsequent resource requests
Date Mon, 11 May 2009 11:29:18 GMT
Here's whats appearing in my SSL log file:

192.168.101.1 - u01 [11/May/2009:12:22:06 +0100] "GET /cameras HTTP/1.1" 200
4238
192.168.101.1 - - [11/May/2009:12:22:06 +0100] "GET /css.css HTTP/1.1" 404
272
192.168.101.1 - - [11/May/2009:12:22:06 +0100] "GET /jpg/login_3.jpg
HTTP/1.1" 404 280
192.168.101.1 - - [11/May/2009:12:22:06 +0100] "GET /jpg/login_5.jpg
HTTP/1.1" 404 280
192.168.101.1 - - [11/May/2009:12:22:06 +0100] "GET /jpg/arrow03.gif
HTTP/1.1" 404 280
192.168.101.1 - - [11/May/2009:12:22:06 +0100] "GET /jpg/login_7.jpg
HTTP/1.1" 404 280
192.168.101.1 - - [11/May/2009:12:22:06 +0100] "GET /jpg/login_8.jpg
HTTP/1.1" 404 280

As you can see, its correctly getting the first page (eg: index.html), but
then all of the resources within the page are not returned as the browser
appears to be requesting /css.css instead of /cameras/css.css etc...

However, when I look at the html for the index.html page, they way it is
requesting resources is relative, so I don't understand why its not
following the parent /cameras path!

Is it fair to say at this point that mod_proxy is definitely configured
correctly and that its now a html / browser issue?....or is there still some
possibility of misconfiguration / other things that I can do with mod proxy?

Thanks for all the help,
Mark



-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Covener [mailto:covener@gmail.com] 
Sent: 11 May 2009 01:43
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] mod_proxy working on initial request, but not for
subsequent resource requests

On Sun, May 10, 2009 at 8:13 PM, Mark Keenan <mfkeenan@ireland.com> wrote:
> Hi Eric,
>
> I just checked and it doesn't use the base tag in the HTML. Any other
ideas?
> Is my configuration definatley correct? I do think that it is. But when I
> look at the html and see that there appears to be no reason why it
shouldn't
> work, I find myself wondering if in fact I have messed something up in the
> config!

Access log would tell you what the browser ultimately decided to
request. Maybe it will provide a hint?

--
Eric Covener
covener@gmail.com

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