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From Melanie Pfefer <>
Subject [users@httpd] rewrite rules
Date Tue, 16 Sep 2008 10:48:49 GMT

I have 3 instances of apache each running on a separate port.

I have created a 4th instance on port 80 and 3 aliases so that when users want to access let’s

http://alias1 it goes to http://server:port1
http://alias2 it goes to http://server:port2
http://alias3 it goes to http://server:port3

http://server and http://alias1 and http://alias2 and http://alias3 refer to the 4th instance
(port 80). I want to add rewrite rules so that it redirects to the corresponding apache instance.

I tried to edit httpd.conf of the 4th instance:

RewriteEngine On
ProxyPass /alias1/ http://alias1:5001/
ProxyPassReverse /alias1/ http://alias1:5001/

But http://alias1 still refers to http://alias1 whereas it should go to http://alias1:5001.

Any idea?

thank you


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