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If I have a server foo.com which has a root directory ~/public_html/foo. For some reasons I want to use the same server config but point the request from foo.com/test/ to ~/public_html/test. Any hints on how can I do that? rewrite? location?

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alias. That should be about all the hint you asked for.

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