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From Igor Galić <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache Proxy Directives
Date Sun, 21 Nov 2010 22:09:13 GMT

----- "Joost de Heer" <> wrote:

> On Sun, November 21, 2010 08:33, Sachin Bhugra wrote:
> >
> > Yes, sorry for the typo, i meant "Directives"
> >
> > By proxy.conf, I meant like we have httpd-vhost.conf and other files
> in
> > conf/extra folder, does it also create file like proxy.conf (maybe
> with
> > another name or add directives to some other conf file) which can be
> used
> > for reference.
> Those files are created by your distribution (Debian or Ubuntu
> probably).
> If you compile yourself, there is just httpd.conf.


Now, as for the question, what ever it was: 

Other than configuration files, The Apache HTTP Server offers
also quite extensive documentation:

This might be interesting for you:

To look for the fancy proxy stuff.

Another word on the config files: It's a serving suggestion,
(I hope that's well enough translated from German)
in some cases, in many other cases it's nothing at all.

The default config files cannot replace the documentation,
they do not attempt to do so, and they explicitly state that.

> Joost

Igor Galić

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