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From Martin Moss <>
Subject Re: is_intial_req
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2005 15:30:46 GMT
I had a quick look at this and found both my requests
to /logout/ and /logout2/ typed into the browser
manually, continue to result in the same issue..

Here's the rewrite rules I have on my https proxy that
each request comes through..

RewriteRule ^/logout/(.*)$
http://${farm:map_pf}/logout/$1 [P,L]
RewriteRule ^/logout2/(.*)$
http://${farm:map_pf}/logout2/$1 [P,L]

I also ammended both locations to use 
/logout/ and /logout2/

And I still get the same issue...(so as far as I'm
aware no further internal translation is made..)

--- Geoffrey Young <> wrote:

> > Why is is_initial_req consistently 0 for logout
> and
> > consistently 1 for logout2...
> besides the existing conversation, you need to
> remember what is_initial_req
> means - it means that this is the request as it came
> straight from the
> browser and wasn't redirected at all.  if apache
> made an internal redirect
> from /logout to /logout/ that would make
> is_initial_req false.
> so, try playing around with trailing slashes and
> making sure that your
> requests are in fact equivalent (that you're not
> asking for /logout one time
> and /logout/index.html the next, for example).
> --Geoff

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