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From 付 传淮 <>
Subject [users@httpd] 答复: RewriteRule overbinding in 2.2
Date Tue, 30 Apr 2019 16:28:17 GMT
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发件人: Aaron Macks2 <>
发送时间: 2019年4月30日 23:05
主题: [users@httpd] RewriteRule overbinding in 2.2

I have a problem with a RewriteRule where it appears to be over-binding in the REGEX:

RewriteRule ([0-9]{4,6}(?:-[0-9]{1,2})?\.jpg)$     /cgi-bin/$1 [L,PT]
What it should do is bind a 4-6 digit number, followed by an optional - and a 1-2 digit number,
and finally .jpg, at the end of the URL, and send them as a query string to the backend. It
works fine unless there is another 4-6 digit number in the URL, e.g.,

works, calling /cgi-bin/, but

calls /cgi-bin/
I've tried as 2 seperate regexes, and gotten the same response

RewriteRule ([0-9]{4,6})(-[0-9]{1,2})?\.jpg$     /cgi-bin/$1$2.jpg [L,PT]
I verified the regex as valid PCRE and tested as best I can with the htaccess tester here
but cannot seem to figure it out

apache version: 2.2.15-69
OS: Centos 6.10
Aaron Macks
Systems Architect
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