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From "Benoit GEORGELIN (web4all)" <benoit.george...@web4all.fr>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] moving from mod_php to mod_fcgid : rewrite problem
Date Thu, 14 Feb 2013 16:52:27 GMT
Hi ! 

I'm agree with you BEN. 
Thanks for all these information. 

I'll try some others tests with Riccardo and we will update the message even if it's not an
apache problem :) 


Thanks 

On 2/13/2013 10:49 PM, Benoit GEORGELIN (web4all) wrote: 
> 
> Hi guys, 
> 
> here is the content of perspectives-musicales.org's wrapper: 
> 
> 
> #!/bin/sh 
> # Wrapper PHP w4a 
> PHPRC="/opt/datas_prod/http1/confs/phpini/perspectives-musicales.org.ini" 
> PHP_FCGI_MAX_REQUESTS=8000 
> export PHPRC 
> export PHP_FCGI_MAX_REQUESTS 
> exec /opt/w4abin/php/5.2/bin/php-cgi 
> # Généré par IWAL 20130212-22:02:11 

Thanks for posting this, Benoit. The wrapper script looks fine to me. 
So, the problem must be elsewhere. 

As I stated previously, the string that is printed when the 404 request 
is returned is peculiar; it looks to be coming from PHP, not Apache. 
Here's the evidence: 

# grep -ir "No input file specified" /etc 
Binary file /etc/alternatives/php-cgi matches 
Binary file /etc/alternatives/php-cgi-bin matches 

Searching the Web for 'php-cgi "No input file specified"' yields some 
interesting results: 

>From http://www.php.net/manual/en/security.cgi-bin.php#60508 : 


--------------------------------------------------------------------- 
"One of the most common reasons why you get 'No input file specified' 
(AKA 'the second most useful error message in the world') is that you 
have set 'doc_root' (in php.ini) to a value which is [different from] 
the 'DocumentRoot' defined in the apache configuration. 

This is the same for other webservers. For example, on lighttpd, make 
sure the 'server.document-root' value is the same as what is defined as 
'doc_root' in php.ini." 
--------------------------------------------------------------------- 


Given this remark, does the value for "doc_root" in 
"perspectives-musicales.org.ini" match the value for Apache's effective 
"DocumentRoot" (which is customer-specific, presumably, perhaps via 
VirtualHost)? 

>From http://community.activestate.com/faq/cgi-debugging-no-input-fi : 


--------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Question: 

When I try to debug PHP using CGI Emulation, I get this error: 

No input file specified. 

Answer: 

This is because your PHP CGI interpreter has been compiled with 
cgi.force_redirect set to on for security reasons. We can fix this in 
Komodo by changing this setting in the copy of php.ini that Komodo uses: 

- open the php.ini copy that Komodo is using: 

~/.komodo/host-<hostname>/php/<php-version>/php.ini 

- change the setting: 

; cgi.force_redirect = 1 

to 

cgi.force_redirect = 0 
--------------------------------------------------------------------- 


To what value is cgi.force_redirect set in "perspectives-musicales.org.ini"? 

>From http://jenseng.com/archives/000035.html : 


--------------------------------------------------------------------- 
When running PHP as a CGI binary on Apache, you might get the above 
error if you request a nonexistent PHP file. 

[...] 

The reason this happens is that any requests ending in .php are simply 
handed off to the PHP executable without verifying that such a file 
exists. Although this is by design, it can be a bit offputting. 
Unfortunately, there does not appear to be a way to configure the PHP 
executable to return a "normal" 404 to Apache if the requested script 
does not exist. *True, it does return a 404 response header along with 
the "No input file specified"*, but it won't return the appropriate 
ErrorDocument under any circumstances. 
--------------------------------------------------------------------- 


While it's possible to "fix" the 404 issue so that a "prettier" message 
is displayed, the root cause here seems to be, very simply, that the PHP 
CGI executable can't find the requested PHP file (test.php, in this 
case). I'm not sure what would cause this, but I'd start with the leads 
that I posted above. 

This is shaping-up to a problem with the PHP configuration, though, not 
Apache or mod_rewrite. 

Cheers, 

-Ben 

>> This may be for the reasons outlined in the article that I cited above. 
>> i f you'd like to post your CGI wrapper script, I'd be happy to take a 
>> look. Alas, you may lack access to this script, in which case, it's a 
>> moot point. Although, I must say, it seems unlikely that your host would 
>> have misconfigured the wrapper script. (Then again, we've all seen worse.) 
> 
> If you need more technical information, let me know . 
> I'll appreciate to solve this issue and understand from where the problem is coming 
> 
> 
> Regards, 
> 
> Benoît Georgelin 
> Web 4 all Hébergeur associatif 
> 
> 
> 

Cordialement, 

Benoît Georgelin 
Web 4 all Hébergeur associatif 
+1 514 458 0890 
benoit.georgelin@web 4 all.fr 

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----- Mail original ----- 
> De: "Ben Johnson" <ben@indietorrent.org> 
> À: users@httpd.apache.org 
> Envoyé: Mercredi 13 Février 2013 22:15:40 
> Objet: Re: [users@httpd] moving from mod_php to mod_fcgid : rewrite problem 
> 
> 
> 
> On 2/13/2013 4:14 PM, Riccardo Cohen wrote: 
>> Hi Ben 
>> 
>>>> I tried without the dot : RewriteRule ^en/(.*) index.php/en/$1 but it 
>>>> gave also an error 404. 
>>> 
>>> It would be helpful to know what, exactly, appears in Apache's access 
>>> log (and/or error log, if you can manage to find that, too) in each of 
>>> these test cases. 
>> 
>> I've asked for the apache error log, and found no error in it. 
>> Only one which was a request done before adding the new .htaccess, but 
>> nothing else : 
>> 
>> [Tue Feb 12 21:04:17 2013] [error] [client 90.24.101.9] File does not 
>> exist: /datas/vol1/w4a125552/var/www/perspectives-musicales.org/test6 
> 
> Very good. No problems there. 
> 
>> 
>> The access log show all requests normally with no particular message : 
>> 
>> 90.24.101.9 - - [12/Feb/2013:21:04:46 +0100] "GET /test1/a/b/c HTTP/1.1" 
>> 404 45 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:18.0) Gecko/20100101 
>> Firefox/18.0" "20130212210446" 
>> 
>> 90.24.101.9 - - [12/Feb/2013:21:04:51 +0100] "GET /test2/a/b/c HTTP/1.1" 
>> 200 52 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:18.0) Gecko/20100101 
>> Firefox/18.0" "20130212210451" 
>> 
>> 90.24.101.9 - - [12/Feb/2013:21:04:56 +0100] "GET /test4/a/b/c HTTP/1.1" 
>> 302 206 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:18.0) Gecko/20100101 
>> Firefox/18.0" "20130212210456" 
>> 
>> 90.24.101.9 - - [12/Feb/2013:21:03:28 +0100] "GET /test5/a/b/c HTTP/1.1" 
>> 404 45 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:18.0) Gecko/20100101 
>> Firefox/18.0" "20130212210328" 
>> 
>> 90.24.101.9 - - [12/Feb/2013:21:04:17 +0100] "GET /test6/a/b/c HTTP/1.1" 
>> 404 45 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:18.0) Gecko/20100101 
>> Firefox/18.0" "20130212210417" 
> 
> This seems to imply that Apache is not generating the 404 errors; if it 
> were, one would expect access log entries to that effect. 
> 
>> 
>>> 
>>>> These are all my tests : (available at 
>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/test1/a/b/c etc.) 
>>>> 
>>>> RewriteRule ^test1/(.*) ./test.php/$1 
>>>> # = error 404 
>>> 
>>> I hit this URL and from what I can tell, the 404 response header is 
>>> coming from PHP, not Apache. The output is "No input file specified." 
>>> This doesn't look like a "stock" Apache 404 response. Did you build 
>>> logic into test.php that emits a 404 response header and this message 
>>> when some parameter is absent from the URL? 
>> 
>> test.php is only this : 
>> 
>> ok test 
>> <br> 
>> <? 
>> $info=$_SERVER["PATH_INFO"]; 
>> echo "INFO=".$info."<br>"; 
>> $query=$_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"]; 
>> echo "query=".$query."<br>"; 
>> ?> 
>> 
>> maybe the error comes from mod_fcgid itself ? 
> 
> Quite possibly. In fact, a search for "mod_fcgid No input file 
> specified" yields the following article: 
> 
> http://isp-control.net/forum/printthread.php?tid=12653 
> 
> Of particular import is the suggestion, "Okay, this may be caused by 
> either (1) apache sending an incorrect path to the php file to php5-cgi; 
> or (2) something (permissions?) that prevents php5-cgi from running the 
> script." 
> 
> Do other PHP scripts function as expected when executed via mod_fcgid? 
> Or do they all return the error string, "No input file specified" and a 
> 404 response? 
> 
>>> 
>>>> RewriteRule ^test2/(.*) ./test.php?$1 
>>>> # = parameters are in query_string instead of path_info 
>>> 
>>> Why is this a problem? 
>> 
>> My whole web application is developped with urls like 
>> 
>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/en/all-associations 
>> 
>> for search engine optimizations, where "en" and "all-associations" are 
>> not pages or directories, but program arguments (replacing 
>> "?lang=en&command=all-associations" which are poor seo) 
> 
> Right; I built a PHP framework that uses so-called "clean-URLs", and am 
> well-versed in the theory behind this approach, as well as its 
> execution. The rationale seems sound. 
> 
>> So, as explained in my first email, all arguments to my application 
>> controller are in $_SERVER["PATH_INFO"] (and not 
>> $_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"]). And that did work like a charm with 
>> mod_php... Changing all my application with data in query_string is not 
>> very complicated if I wrote a good program ( :) ) but will need a lot of 
>> checks. 
>> 
>> Actually at the point where I am now, i've already spent some time on it... 
> 
> My PHP framework functions the same way via mod_php as it does with 
> mod_fcgid and mod_fastcgi. I achieved this by using a well-known 
> technique to rewrite the URLs (I place these directives into the 
> site-root's .htaccess file): 
> 
> <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> 
> RewriteEngine on 
> Options All 
> 
> # Modify the RewriteBase if you are using a subdirectory and the 
> # rewrite rules are not working properly: 
> # WARNING: Do not include a trailing slash on this directive if you 
> # include a path other than /! 
> #RewriteBase / 
> 
> # Rewrite URIs of the form 'index.php?q=x' (except for real 
> # files/directories): 
> RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f 
> RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d 
> 
> RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?q=$1 [L,QSA] 
> </IfModule> 
> 
> (WordPress, Joomla, and many other frameworks do something similar.) 
> 
> Then, in PHP, $_GET['q'] will always contain the "clean URL" (unless, of 
> course, the 'q' value is overwritten, e.g., the URL contains 
> "?q=something-else"). For this reason, you may wish to use something 
> other than "q" in the RewriteRule value. You can then parse the 
> clean-URL to obtain its "individual segments" and do with them as you 
> will. While over simplified, an example is to call explode('/', 
> trim($_GET['q'], '/')) in PHP. This will return an array that contains 
> the various "path segments". The URL 
> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/en/all-associations would return 
> 
> array (size=2) 
> 0 => string 'en' (length=2) 
> 1 => string 'all-associations' (length=16) 
> 
> Granted, undertaking this approach would mean rewriting certain aspects 
> of your application, but chances are that you'll thank yourself later. 
> You'll have a much more portable application that is 
> scripting-language-agnostic, with respect to URL structure. (Switching 
> to another scripting language requires a simple change to your 
> RewriteRule only.) 
> 
>>> 
>>> It should be stated that mod_php and mod_fcgid populate these values in 
>>> different ways. From what I understand, PATH_INFO is less reliable and 
>>> less well-implemented than QUERY_STRING. Fundamentally, this is why you 
>>> are observing different behavior/values here after moving from mod_php 
>>> to mod_fcgid. 
>> 
>> I'm not sure that this is a problem with the PATH_INFO variable since 
>> the error occurs even before php has any chance to start executing (the 
>> test.php is not executed at all in test1) 
> 
> This may be for the reasons outlined in the article that I cited above. 
> If you'd like to post your CGI wrapper script, I'd be happy to take a 
> look. Alas, you may lack access to this script, in which case, it's a 
> moot point. Although, I must say, it seems unlikely that your host would 
> have misconfigured the wrapper script. (Then again, we've all seen worse.) 
> 
>>>> RewriteRule ^test3/(.*) ./test.php?/$1 
>>>> # = parameters are in query_string instead of path_info 
>>> 
>>> Same as above. 
>>> 
>>>> RewriteRule ^test4/(.*) 
>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/test.php/$1 
>>>> # = redirection 302 
>>> 
>>> I don't see a 302 response for this one. I see the same 404 and message 
>>> as above. Maybe you changed something after sending this message. 
>> 
>> I use firefox http live header and it shows a status code 302 ("HTTP/1.1 
>> 302 Found") then the browser redirect to the page as if it was another 
>> website 
> 
> You're right; I checked this again, and I do see the 302 redirect. I 
> think it was a matter of enabling the "Persist" feature in Firebug. 
> (Otherwise, the "Net" panel is refreshed after the redirect is sent.) 
> Thanks for double-checking your work here! 
> 
>> I still think that [apache or mod_fcgid] cannot execute test.php in 
>> test1 just because it thinks it is a directory and cannot find it. 
> 
> That may very well be. And the solution I offered above should address 
> that shortcoming. 
> 
> I can't tell you exactly why it doesn't work (only a VPS with shell 
> access would make that possible), but I can tell you what *does* work. 
> 
> I'm happy to answer any questions. 
> 
> Good luck! 
> 
> -Ben 
> 
>> 
>>> 
>>>> RewriteRule ^test5/(.*) test.php/$1 
>>>> # = error 404 
>>>> 
>>>> RewriteRule ^test6/(.*) /test.php/$1 
>>>> # = error 404 
>>> 
>>> Same as the others with 404 responses. 
>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> Thanks for your help. 
>>> 
>>> You're welcome. I'll wait to hear back before offering additional 
>>> information. 
>>> 
>>> -Ben 
>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> On 12/02/13 19:40, Ben Johnson wrote: 
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>> On 2/12/2013 10:59 AM, Riccardo Cohen wrote: 
>>>>>> Thanks Ben, here are the answers : 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 1.) Where have you defined the rewrite rule? In a .htaccess file?

>>>>>> 
>>>>>> in .htaccess 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 2.) Have you defined a RewriteBase? If so, what is it? 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> no change with or without 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 3.) Have you reviewed Apache's access log at all? 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> I'll have a look now 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 4.) Have you increased RewriteLogLevel to, say, 4, to see exactly

>>>>>>> what 
>>>>>>> the mod_rewrite engine is doing? 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> I'll try that. Is it possible to set it in .htacces or must I change

>>>>>> global apache configuration (I only have access to my .htaccess in

>>>>>> this 
>>>>>> hosting). 
>>>>> 
>>>>> Unfortunately, RewriteLogLevel can be set in the "server config" and

>>>>> "virtual host" contexts only. (You can make this type of determination

>>>>> in the future by visiting the manual page and looking for the "context"

>>>>> value: 
>>>>> http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewriteloglevel
.) 
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>> This is one of many reasons for which hosting on a VPS over which you

>>>>> have complete control is beneficial. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> In any case, we'll have to proceed without access to the rewrite log.

>>>>> 
>>>>> Is there a specific reason for which you're using "./index.php" in the

>>>>> right-hand side of the rule? I'm referring to the period ("."), in 
>>>>> particular. This may well be the source of the problem. It could be 
>>>>> that 
>>>>> mod_php interprets that relative path (./index.php) "correctly", 
>>>>> whereas 
>>>>> mod_fcgid does not. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> Try this: 
>>>>> 
>>>>> RewriteRule ^en/(.*) index.php/en/$1 
>>>>> 
>>>>> -Ben 
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>>> Thanks 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> On 12/02/13 14:53, Ben Johnson wrote: 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> On 2/12/2013 2:16 AM, Riccardo Cohen wrote: 
>>>>>>>> Hello 
>>>>>>>> I received some clues from this list members, thanks for
that. But 
>>>>>>>> unfortunately my problem is not solved. 
>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>> It's not that I want others to focus on me, but I'm quite
sure that 
>>>>>>>> there is a real problem (if not why would it work perfectly
on 
>>>>>>>> mod_php 
>>>>>>>> ?), I could not find any solution googling about it (even
with the 
>>>>>>>> help 
>>>>>>>> of the host technical team), and I would like a confirmation
that 1) 
>>>>>>>> it's not an error from my understanding, and 2) there is
no 
>>>>>>>> workaround 
>>>>>>>> for it. 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> I doubt it is a problem with the software. mod_rewrite has been
put 
>>>>>>> through the paces over the years and I'd be shocked if a bug
were 
>>>>>>> uncovered given your rule's relative simplicity. 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Before digesting your post in its entirety, I have a couple of

>>>>>>> questions 
>>>>>>> first. 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 1.) Where have you defined the rewrite rule? In a .htaccess file?

>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 2.) Have you defined a RewriteBase? If so, what is it? 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 3.) Have you reviewed Apache's access log at all? 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 4.) Have you increased RewriteLogLevel to, say, 4, to see exactly

>>>>>>> what 
>>>>>>> the mod_rewrite engine is doing? 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> -Ben 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>> So I'll be very pleased to here from some qualified developer

>>>>>>>> before I 
>>>>>>>> spend 2 days to modify and retest all my application. 
>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>> Thanks in advance. 
>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>> On 07/02/13 11:17, Riccardo Cohen wrote: 
>>>>>>>>> Sorry to insist but I'm really blocked and I really need
help. 
>>>>>>>>> Here is a small summary for those who don't want to read
all : 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> I want to make a rewrite from : 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/en/all-albums 
>>>>>>>>> to 
>>>>>>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/index.php/en/all-albums

>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> my rewrite rule is 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> RewriteRule ^en/(.*) ./index.php/en/$1 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> This works when apache is runnnig with mod_php, but not
when 
>>>>>>>>> running 
>>>>>>>>> mod_fcgid (php as cgi). In cgi mode I have a 404 error.

>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> The Apache version is 2.2.23 and mod_fcgid is version
2.3.7 with 
>>>>>>>>> configuration flag cgi.fix_pathinfo=1 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> Thanks for your help. 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> On 05/02/13 21:32, Riccardo Cohen wrote: 
>>>>>>>>>> Hello 
>>>>>>>>>> I'm new to apache mailing list, sorry if I'm not
100% clear, and 
>>>>>>>>>> sorry 
>>>>>>>>>> for this long description. 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> I have developped a website with php/mysql : 
>>>>>>>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org and placed
it on a good 
>>>>>>>>>> hosting 
>>>>>>>>>> service (web4all.fr). 
>>>>>>>>>> To improve search engine rank I decided to set all
urls to 
>>>>>>>>>> /index.php/... and rewrite them to avoid having index.php
in url 
>>>>>>>>>> (sort 
>>>>>>>>>> of MVC technique combined with SEO...) 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> Example : the catalog is at url : 
>>>>>>>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/en/all-albums

>>>>>>>>>> This should be transparantly mapped to 
>>>>>>>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/index.php/en/all-albums

>>>>>>>>>> thanks to 
>>>>>>>>>> the rewrite rule : 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> RewriteRule ^en/(.*) ./index.php/en/$1 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> My application uses then $_SERVER["PATH_INFO"] (and
not 
>>>>>>>>>> $_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"]) to retreive url information.
This worked 
>>>>>>>>>> perfectly until last month, because web4all.fr changed
the whole 
>>>>>>>>>> system 
>>>>>>>>>> and separated apache from php, using fast cgi instead
of mod_php. 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> The system is supposed to be more reliable and more
efficient like 
>>>>>>>>>> this, 
>>>>>>>>>> and apparently is. But the rewrite rule does not
work anymore. 
>>>>>>>>>> So I 
>>>>>>>>>> investigated and made some test : 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> I have a small test.php that displays the path_info
and 
>>>>>>>>>> query_string. 
>>>>>>>>>> You can presently test it here : 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> http://perspectives-musicales.org/test1/a/b/c 
>>>>>>>>>> http://perspectives-musicales.org/test2/a/b/c 
>>>>>>>>>> http://perspectives-musicales.org/test3/a/b/c 
>>>>>>>>>> http://perspectives-musicales.org/test4/a/b/c 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> and I set the following rules : 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> RewriteRule ^test1/(.*) ./test.php/$1 
>>>>>>>>>> RewriteRule ^test2/(.*) ./test.php?$1 
>>>>>>>>>> RewriteRule ^test3/(.*) ./test.php?/$1 
>>>>>>>>>> RewriteRule ^test4/(.*) 
>>>>>>>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/test.php/$1

>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> None of these 4 rewrite rules are convenient. Here
is why : 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> - test1 : the system anwsers 404 "No input file specified".
I 
>>>>>>>>>> think 
>>>>>>>>>> (not 
>>>>>>>>>> sure) that Apache beleives that test.php is a folder,
and cannot 
>>>>>>>>>> find it 
>>>>>>>>>> so answers 404 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> - test2 : the rewrite rule works, but of course the
url 
>>>>>>>>>> information is 
>>>>>>>>>> no more in path_info, it is in query_string as shown
in the page 
>>>>>>>>>> content 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> - test3 : same as test2 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> - test4 : almost good, I can have the url info in
path_info, but 
>>>>>>>>>> apache 
>>>>>>>>>> begins first with a 302 redirection and then changes
the url to 
>>>>>>>>>> http://www.perspectives-musicales.org/test.php/a/b/c,
which 
>>>>>>>>>> looses all 
>>>>>>>>>> search engine efficiency (and also eventual POST
variables if 
>>>>>>>>>> any). 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> My host tried several searches on forums including
this one, and 
>>>>>>>>>> could 
>>>>>>>>>> not find any answer. It seems to be an apache bug,
but not sure, I 
>>>>>>>>>> have 
>>>>>>>>>> no bug number to give anyway. If it is a bug, it
is demontrated by 
>>>>>>>>>> test1 
>>>>>>>>>> I think. 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> So here is my question : Is there any way to make
this rewrite 
>>>>>>>>>> rule 
>>>>>>>>>> work 
>>>>>>>>>> in fastcgi mode, and what is the syntax for it, to
keep info in 
>>>>>>>>>> path_info without 302 redirection. The Apache version
is 
>>>>>>>>>> 2.2.23 and 
>>>>>>>>>> mod_fcgid is version 2.3.7 with configuration flag

>>>>>>>>>> cgi.fix_pathinfo=1 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> If there is a way, thanks for your help I'd be glad
to test it. 
>>>>>>>>>> If no 
>>>>>>>>>> could you explain why and how to solve it. As workaround
we used 
>>>>>>>>>> test4 
>>>>>>>>>> syntax in the whole site, to make it work, but it
is bad for 
>>>>>>>>>> search 
>>>>>>>>>> engine, and creates problem in backoffice (because
certain 
>>>>>>>>>> backoffice 
>>>>>>>>>> functions use POST variables) 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> I know I can change my code to use query_string everywhere

>>>>>>>>>> instead of 
>>>>>>>>>> path_info, but if I can avoid changing and testing
all my 
>>>>>>>>>> websites it 
>>>>>>>>>> would be really great 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> Thanks a lot for your anwser. 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>> 
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