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From f...@apache.org
Subject Re: general/5859: mass virtual hosts: strange behaviour
Date Wed, 20 Sep 2000 22:01:08 GMT
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Synopsis: mass virtual hosts: strange behaviour

State-Changed-From-To: open-closed
State-Changed-By: fanf
State-Changed-When: Wed Sep 20 15:01:05 PDT 2000
State-Changed-Why:
This is expected behaviour. mod_vhost_alias wasn't designed
to work with NameVirtualHost, so the fact that the first
configuration works is a coincidence. It's a result of the
way that name-based virtual host configurations are looked up.
The first <VirtualHost> section is used if none of the others
match, so if you put mod_vhost_alias directives in the
second or subsequent name-based <VirtualHost> section they
will only work for one hostname (based on the ServerName
directive or the name(s) in the <VirtualHost> directive
itself), not lots of hostnames as you would wish.


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