Is it possible to configure Apache to have different virtual hosts listening on the same IP address, same port, such that certain paths (not the full domain, just the local path) will direct to one virtual host, and others will default to the other?
#All requests to www.mysite.com/special-url go here <VirtualHost /special-url:80> DefaultType application/x-httpd-php ServerName server1 Document Root "/home/me/server1" <Directory "/home/me/server1"> AllowOverride None Order allow, deny allow from all </Directory> </VirtualHost> #All other requests go here <VirtualHost *:80> DefaultType application/x-httpd-php ServerName server1 Document Root "/home/me/server2" <Directory "/home/me/server2"> AllowOverride None Order allow, deny allow from all </Directory> </VirtualHost>
This server configuration doesn't work, and neither does adding wildcard combinations to the first
VirtualHost tag (e.g.
VirtualHost */special-url:80). Instead, when I run this, Apache directs requests to
/home/me/server1. But if I look for
/foo it will still look for that in
server1 and return
404 even if there is a directory called
Is there any way to have one VirtualHost just for certain URLs, and another VirtualHost for all other URLs?