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From Michael Streeter <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problem with URL Rewriting
Date Sat, 02 Jun 2012 12:55:14 GMT
On 06/02/2012 06:19 AM, Jean-Christophe Boggio wrote:
> Michael,
> Thanks for your reply.
> Le 02/06/2012 03:35, Michael Streeter a écrit :
>> To clarify, are you looking to have the URL in the browser change? If 
>> so, change the [L] in the RewriteRule lines to [LR].
> No, I want that when they try to reach :
> they get the content "as if" they had called :
> Transparently (for them).
> My problem is why the /archives/voir.html page is still being called 
> (as seen in a warn() in the
> page itself, not only in the access.log) ?
> Is this normal behaviour ?
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I'm afraid I'm stumped on that one.  I too would expect that voir.html 
wouldn't be opened with the rewrite in place.
Can users still get the files with the voir URL if voir.html is removed?
Are the .html files actually Perl CGI scripts?
If your server has low traffic and if you can afford to temporarily 
bring your site down down maybe stracing will provide further clues as 
to what is going on?  The output would be too long to paste in a mailing 
list, but sometimes looking through it can provide ideas for further 
Stop the httpd service, then run something like: strace -o strace.log 
-vtf httpd -X
Then go to 
stop the strace, and take a look at strace.log.

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