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Nov
3
comment Any semblance of originally-requested domain name in HTTP, post DNS-resolution?
Also note that you can construct the URL by combining the hostname with what got passed in to the GET... e.g. for @smeeb's example of blah.example.com/fizz, you would see a GET /fizz HTTP/1.1
Mar
15
awarded  Excavator
Mar
15
revised Do Proxypass Directives need a ProxyPassReverse Directive?
fixed question to say reverse instead of reserve
Mar
15
suggested approved edit on Do Proxypass Directives need a ProxyPassReverse Directive?
Mar
5
comment ProxyPass with 2 cases
To possibly help clarify, could you provide an example of WHY you don't want it to prepended by /app
Mar
5
awarded  Editor
Mar
5
revised ProxyPass with 2 cases
edit to try to handle either way apache tomcat is having an impedance issue with proxying from apahce
Mar
5
comment ProxyPass with 2 cases
Oops... I meant on the fly, as in using mod_rewrite_html or whatever
Mar
4
comment ProxyPass with 2 cases
I added answer, but it occurred to me ... is stuff in the app server linking to /app/styles/file.css or just /styles/file.css; the former may require rewriting the HTML on the file.
Mar
4
comment ProxyPass with 2 cases
Also note that if stuff in /styles/ is all static files, you could move it into your httpd wwwroot (e.g. /var/www/html) and do something like: ProxyPass /styles ! to cause it to serve it from Apache httpd instead of tomcat or whatever your app server is.
Mar
4
answered ProxyPass with 2 cases
Feb
15
comment Allow complex sudo command on Debian Linux
Not confusing it, but superuser.com/questions/232231/… does indicate that sudo prevents PATH manipulation (and LD_LIBARRAY_PATH by default)
Feb
14
comment Allow complex sudo command on Debian Linux
Someone can probably correct me if sudo already takes care of it (I seem to recall having issues with env variables not being passed), but I'd suggest making awk and wc have their fullpaths as a general best practice for scripts so a user can't do export PATH=~user/bin:$PATH and stick whatever commands the want in a script called awk (or wc) in ~user/bin
May
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Sep
13
comment Port 443 unresponsive, certificate installed correctly though (I think)
This should probably get moved to serverforge, but until then: 1) Does netstat -anp | grep httpd show apache listening on 443 (:::443) (and probably also listening on :::80 2) Can you, assuming it is also listening on port 80, connect to http://<server>