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I am not a regular webmaster , I am a student working on an internship project which is an Apache2 module, so my knowledge of Apache configuration is limited.

I want to configure my module for a particular sub domain of the host server.

Lets say I want my module to work only for onclick.localhost , then what are the directives required ? I want the module to be invoked only for the hosts/virtualhosts for which it has been configured explicitly.

I know how to setup sub domains in Apache, so that's not a problem.

Thanks.

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Generally httpd modules cannot be enabled per virtual host unless they provide some mechanism for doing so, such as mod_rewrite's RewriteEngine directive.

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ok, as I understand that if I implement a custom directive for my module and place those directives inside <VirtualHost> section. But I don't want my module for requests to "localhost/";, it should only work for "onclick.localhost/"; , that is for hosts for which it has been configured explicitly. Will it be possible ? –  Abhinav Upadhyay Jul 22 '10 at 15:56
    
@Abhinav: That you're still asking that question is proof that you didn't read my answer enough times. –  Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Jul 22 '10 at 16:20

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