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From Greg Allen <gal...@mycalet.com>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_rewrite and mod_jk
Date Sun, 03 Apr 2011 17:37:47 GMT
I am trying to use mod_rewrite to rewrite URLs coming into my server and 
have the resulting value from mod_rewrite processed by mod_jk.  Here's 
the relevant section of my httpd.conf file:

<VirtualHost 127.0.0.1:80>
DocumentRoot /home/webadmin/localhost/html
SuexecUserGroup webadmin webadmin
ServerAdmin "webadmin@locahost"
ScriptAlias "/cgi-bin/" "/home/webadmin/localhost/cgi-bin/"
CustomLog "/home/webadmin/localhost/access_log" "combined"
ErrorLog "/home/webadmin/localhost/error_log"

RewriteEngine on
RewriteLog /tmp/rewrite.log
RewriteLogLevel 9
RewriteMap map prg:/tmp/rewrite.pl
RewriteRule (.*) ${map:$1} [PT]

JkMount /tomcat/* ajp13

LogFormat '"%r" %{outstream}n/%{instream}n (%{ratio}n%%)' deflate
CustomLog "/home/webadmin/localhost/deflate_log" deflate

<Directory /home/webadmin/localhost/html>
Options Includes FollowSymLinks
AllowOverride All
</Directory>
</VirtualHost>

Take this PROFIND request for example: http://localhost/anything/

It comes in and the mapping routine returns /tomcat/.  I would expect 
this to match the JkMount and be forwarded to Tomcat.  That doesn't seem 
to be happening.  You can see the request in my access_log file:

127.0.0.1 - - [03/Apr/2011:12:33:00 -0400] "PROPFIND /anything/ 
HTTP/1.1" 401 954 "-" "DAVKit/4.0 (728.4); iCalendar/1 (42.1); 
iPhone/3.1.2 7D11"
127.0.0.1 - - [03/Apr/2011:12:33:00 -0400] "PROPFIND /anything/ 
HTTP/1.1" 207 1077 "-" "DAVKit/4.0 (728.4); iCalendar/1 (42.1); 
iPhone/3.1.2 7D11"
127.0.0.1 - - [03/Apr/2011:12:33:01 -0400] "PROPFIND / HTTP/1.1" 405 325 
"-" "DAVKit/4.0 (728.4); iCalendar/1 (42.1); iPhone/3.1.2 7D11"

It looks odd. I'm not sure why the first one gets a 401, but the second 
one succeeds (all from my one initial request).  It doesn't appear that 
anything gets forwarded on to tomcat either - I can't find anything in 
any of the tomcat logs that the request was ever sent.

Is what I am trying to do even possible?  If so, what is wrong? I've 
been reading the mod_rewrite and apache docs and can't find anything.

Thanks,

-- Greg


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