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You can easily split your http.conf file up into multiple files. Debian based systems (such as Ubuntu) come configured that way by default. To make that happen you can include lines like this in your main conf file: IncludeOptional sites-enabled/*.conf Then you can put each of your site's virtual host files into a separate file like ...


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It seems to me that you are doing things the hard way. Your httpd.conf file should not be large and there should only be one .htaccess file per site. As well, you are under the impression that .htaccess files are inefficient which is not really the case. Using config files requires the Apache server to be restarted in order for the configuration change to ...



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