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From Nils Jeppe <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] [warn] worker http://some_ip:port/context already used by another worker ?
Date Mon, 17 Mar 2008 18:39:59 GMT

On Mon, 17 Mar 2008, Wilda, Jet wrote:

> Fixed it for the /saleslead vs /salesleadv2.  What does having or not
> having the trailing slash change or mean?

Apache will match everything to the right side of the statement. So for 
example /salesleadxxxx will also be matched. But if you change it to 
include the slash, it will match more correctly. If users enter the URL by 
hand, you'll probably want to redirect /saleslead to /saleslead/ because 
users rarely bother to enter the trailing slash. If all your users reach 
the URL automatically, don't bother with it.

> [Mon Mar 17 10:08:04 2008] [warn] worker
> already used by another worker
> Thanks for any and all help.

Alright it obviously identifies it by the destination. Do you really need 
the two reverseproxies? You could replace one by a redirect to the other, 
or by a rewrite rule, if the warning bothers you.

- Nils

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