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From Jerry Malcolm <techst...@malcolms.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Redirect Applies to All Virtual Hosts
Date Mon, 23 Jan 2017 00:21:17 GMT
I'm trying to do a simple redirect of http://www.mydomain.com to 
https://mydomain.com. I am using the WAMP package 
wampserver2.5-Apache-2.4.9-Mysql-5.6.17-php5.5.12-64b.

In the httpd.conf  for the domain in question, I added:

       <VirtualHost *:80>
           ServerName www.mydomain.com
           Redirect permanent / https://mydomain..com
       </VirtualHost>

I host about 10 unrelated domains on this same httpd.  With that block 
above, now every domain I host gets redirected to https://mydomain.com. 
I wouldn't say I'm a blackbelt in virtual host config.  But I've been 
doing it for years.  And from what I understand, the redirect in the 
block above should ONLY apply if the http://www.mydomain.com request is 
received and definitely NOT if an http:XYZ.com request is received.  But 
obviously I'm missing something.  Why does this redirect apply globally 
to all domains? And more importantly, what do I change to get apache to 
only redirect this one url to https://?

Thx.

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