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Feb
23
comment Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
However on the optional www, the %{HTTP_HOST}$1 above attaches more to the HTTP_HOST. Therefore if they attempted www.test.mysite.com/media/picture.jpg it would extract test as the subdomain and then apply the request to the file /home/test/xxx/media/picture.jpg. I guess I am more confused on the way you word things, I would understand better with examples.
Feb
23
comment Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
I am a bit confused on your answers or critiques. The ^(.+)favicon.ico is there to catch any request to favicon.ico such as /forums/favicon.ico and make sure it exists. I guess this part is a bit shaky and not well though out, as thats the problem of the question...
Feb
22
comment Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
Yes mysite.com and www.mysite.com are the same base IP. All the sites that need to be routed through this vhost range from that same IP to 50 others.
Feb
22
awarded  Editor
Feb
22
comment Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
I added the complete vhost
Feb
22
revised Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
added 4639 characters in body; deleted 8 characters in body
Feb
21
awarded  Student
Feb
21
revised Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico
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Feb
17
asked Rewrite for robots.txt and favicon.ico