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From Falco Schwarz <hid...@falco.me>
Subject [users@httpd] RewriteCond if no handler matches
Date Wed, 18 Jun 2014 13:35:17 GMT
All,

I am trying to setup an httpd server with multiple tomcat backends using
mod_jk.
Currently, my setup looks kinda like this (only relevant parts):

<VirtualHost *:80>
    DocumentRoot /docroot
    ServerName www.example.com

    <Location /server-status
        SetHandler server-status
    </Location>

    JkMount /app1/*   backend1
    JkMount /app2/*   backend2
    JkMount ...
</VirtualHost>

Now, I would like to setup a RewriteRule, which accoplishes the following
task:

Rewrite all requests to /app1/ which are not matched by:
    - /error/* (a static directory on apache)
    - any JkMount (because there will probably be lots of JkMounts)
    - any Handler (Apache Status, JK Status, ldap Status ... etc)

Is there a RewriteCond I am missing? I am trying to avoid a whole lot of
REQUEST_URI RewriteCond's to accomplish this task. I already tried using
mod_jk notes [1], but unfortunately they are not matched by %{ENV: ...}.
Also, that wouldn't solve the problem with all those Handlers.

The only "Solution" I came up with was:
    ErrorDocument 404 http://www.example.com/app1/

If apache is unable to serve the file, the request gets redirected to
/app1/.
Is there a way to accomplish this using mod_rewrite and a "clearer"
approach?

Regards,
Falco

[1] http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/reference/apache.html

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