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So I'm trying to make rewrite rules for my just migrated site and now we're using PLESK (unfortunately in my opinion). So, in order to make those rewrites I'm using the vhost.conf file in mydomain/conf folderm and I execute:

/usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/websrvmng -u --vhost-name=mydomain.org

so that includes my file into the httpd configuration. However, no matter what I write in my vhost.conf file, it will make my site go in an infinite loop whenever I try to load an URL that's not just the domain. Example:


Works just fine.


Will try endlessly to load and eventually my browser will detect that infinite loop.

I though I was writing something incorrectly in my vhost.conf file but I even tried it with the file empty (not a single line). It will still try to load endlessly. Anybody can hint me if I'm skipping a step before (like any activation that should be done beorehand or something).

Thanks in advance.

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The issue is likely in the rewrite rule you're adding to the vhost file, this needs to be inspected first before anything can be concluded. –  Logic Wreck Sep 4 '12 at 9:20

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