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From jmail <j-m...@tlen.pl>
Subject Re: mass virtual hosting with rewrite
Date Fri, 02 Sep 2005 18:24:07 GMT
Adn howy did you do that? I've got a problem. I can't use tomcat and Apache on the same port.
:/ But I need to do this like that:

somone make a question to my host and i would like that on this qusetion my server shoul decide
if thats for him or for Tomcat :/ How can I do this? 

thanks for any reply

jmail
 
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Od: Oleg <olegtim@gmail.com>
Do: Tomcat Users List <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Data: Fri, 2 Sep 2005 11:18:50 -0700
Temat: mass virtual hosting with rewrite

> I am running Apache 2 with Tomcat 5.5. Both are working fine and hosting 
> about 200 domain names. The problem is that every time a new domain is added 
> I have to edit server.xml file and restart tomcat. With Apache I am using 
> RewriteMap files so I just edit those files and no need to restart it. I 
> wanted to run it by you guys and see if anyone tried using Rewrite to avoid 
> setting up virtual hosts in Tomcat server.xml file. Basically have Rewrite 
> conditions in Apache say&quot;
> 
> user1.com &lt;<a href="http://user1.com&gt;" target='_blank'>http://user1.com&gt;</a>
rewrite to localhost/user1
> user25.com &lt;<a href="http://user25.com&gt;" target='_blank'>http://user25.com&gt;</a>
rewrite to localhost/user25
> 
> This way Tomcat doesn't have to be setup with all those virtual domain 
> names.
> Any idea how to do it? Of course I would not want the URL to change in the 
> browser address bar so the rewrite would have to be internal only.
> 
> What do you think?
> 
> Thanks
> Oleg
> 


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