[Zope] Zope + Apache + mod_proxy + SiteRoot = some links not
jens at dataflake.org
Tue Apr 11 04:28:41 EDT 2006
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On 11 Apr 2006, at 01:19, Alain Fauconnet wrote:
> It seems that more and more people use mod_rewrite instead. Isn't this
> a much more pass-through approach than mod_proxy? (especially if I
> some caching on - not something I've seen covered anywhere). By "more
> pass-through" I mean that clients end up taking to Zope's own HTTP
> server directly, with all the performance problems mentioned here and
> Would you please hint me on the rationale behind choosing between
> mod_proxy and mod_rewrite? I'm quite fuzzy on this now.
mod_rewrite *uses* mod_proxy if you create rules that include the "P"
flag in the flags that are at the end of the rule. "P" stands for Proxy.
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