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From Jeroen Geilman <jer...@adaptr.nl>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Subdomain redirection in Apache Virtual Hosting
Date Thu, 16 Jun 2011 17:38:37 GMT
On 06/16/2011 07:04 PM, Darren Kukulka wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I have a general question regarding subdomain redirection with virtual 
> hosts.
>
> Basically, we have a domain - let's call it sample.com 
> <http://sample.com> - with several subdomains, xxx.sample.com 
> <http://xxx.sample.com> and yyy.sample.com <http://yyy.sample.com>
>
> At the momend www.sample.com <http://www.sample.com> takes people to a 
> website hosted elsewhere
>
> We need to have anybody hitting xxx.sample.com <http://xxx.sample.com> 
> and yyy.sample.com <http://yyy.sample.com> redirected to their 
> respective applications - running under Tomcat and reached by AJP 
> connectors - through a single Apache web server (2.2.17) with mod_jk 
> connector (1.2.2).
>
> That is, the virtual host definitions should parse the incoming URL, 
> and use AJP worker1 to direct traffic to Tomcat on another server 
> running the application for xxx.sample.com.....and use AJP worker2 to 
> direct traffic to Tomcat on yet another server running the application 
> for yyy.sample.com <http://yyy.sample.com>
>
> Plus, we want anybody browsing to xxx.sample.com 
> <http://xxx.sample.com> or yyy.sample.com <http://yyy.sample.com> to 
> have any redirection hidden from their URL, i.e. rather than seeing 
> https://xxx.sample.com/xxx-application/login.jsp , they would see 
> https://xxx.sample.com/login.jsp
>
> Been looking into mod_rewrite and mod_proxy (for proxypass and 
> proxypass_reverse for hiding actual URLs)...but I think I'm getting 
> overloaded with information!
>
> There is already a wildcard SSL certificate in place for *.sample.com 
> <http://sample.com>. so that's all OK...and the AJP connections appear 
> to work fine as well...it's just getting this darned subdomain config 
> tied down.
>
> Can anybody suggest a clean way to acheive this?
>
> Many Thanks,
> Daz


So what isn't working the way you expected ?



-- 
J.


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