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From Mihamina Rakotomandimby <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] can apache do this?
Date Sun, 14 Mar 2010 14:52:45 GMT
> Ryan <> :
> Hi, does anyone know whether apache can do this?
> 1. I have two disks in the server, say d:\ and e:\
> 2. now I want to present contents under d:\ and e:\ to ONE apache URL
> path, say

I would manage it with symlinks:
On a Unix machine:
- Create a Directory: /var/www/d_e/
- With  a for loop (in a pseudo code):
    for ITEM in "/d/*"
      link $ITEM /var/www/d_e/$ITEM 
    for ITEM in "/e/*"
      link $ITEM /var/www/d_e/$ITEM 
- Setup Apache to serve/follow "SymLinks"
- Setup apache to serve "/var/www/d_e/"

Of course, I noticed you talked about D:\ and E:\ that would imply you
are on Windows, but there should be a way to make symlinks under that
decent OS. ;-)
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