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URL Rewrites
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Module: mod_rewrite
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:Author: Jan Kneschke
:Date: $Date: 2004/11/03 22:26:05 $
:Revision: $Revision: 1.2 $
:abstract:
url rewrite
.. meta::
:keywords: lighttpd, rewrite
.. contents:: Table of Contents
Description
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internal redirects, url rewrite
Options
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url.rewrite-once
rewrites a set of URLs interally in the webserver BEFORE they are handled.
e.g. ::
url.rewrite-once = ( "<regex>" => "<relative-uri>" )
url.rewrite-repeat
rewrites a set of URLs interally in the webserver BEFORE they are handled
e.g. ::
url.rewrite-repeat = ( "<regex>" => "<relative-uri>" )
The options ``url.rewrite`` and ``url.rewrite-final`` were mapped to ``url.rewrite-once``
in 1.3.16.
Examples
========
The regex is matching the full REQUEST_URI which is supplied by the user including
query-string.::
url.rewrite-once = ( "^/id/([0-9]+)$" => "/index.php?id=$1",
"^/link/([a-zA-Z]+)" => "/index.php?link=$1" )
# request: http://www.domain.com/url/
# or request: http://any.domain.com/url/
# before write: /www/htdocs/url/
# after rewrite: /www/htdocs/domain.com/url/
# document-root=/www/htdocs/ %0=www.domain.com $1=url/
server.document-root = "/www/htdocs/"
$HTTP["host"] =~ "^.*\.([^.]+\.com)$" {
url.rewrite-once = ( "^/(.*)" => "/%0/$1" )
}
# request: http://abc.mass-serve-subdomain.com/url/
# before rewrite: /www/htdocs/url/
# after rewrite: /www/htdocs/mass-serve-subdomain.com/abc/url/
$HTTP["host"] =~ "^([^.]+)\.mass-subdomain\.com" {
server.document-root = "/www/htdocs/mass-subdomain.com"
url.rewrite-once = ( "^/(.*)" => "/%1/$1" )
}
# similar effect as above, except that you have multiply mass-subdomain now
server.document-root = "/www/htdocs/"
$HTTP["host"] =~ "^([^.]+)\.(mass-subdomain\.com|mass-subdomain\.net)" {
url.rewrite-once = ( "^/(.*)" => "/%2/%1/$1" )
}