Apache :: Mod Rewrite To Overcome Relative URLs

Jun 3, 2013

I've taken over a site that caters for client access. They all access there own folder, and in the folder the files have an include with a relative path as below.

/core - contains all the actual files
/client/file.php -
<? include "../core/file.php";?>
but with the growing number of clients I want to go a level deeper and separate them better...
/uk/client/file.php -
<? include "../../core/file.php";?>

This is fine but when the files are included, they too have there own relative includes and this is where it breaks.
There are so many files I can't easily go through them to change all the include paths so I would like to maybe do a rewrite to fake the path? I've tried this...

RewriteRule^uk/$ /

But that doesn't work.

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Feb 23, 2013

I need htaccess file for one of my sites. I've searched everywhere, and I can't find a solution for my problem.

System Info:
Easy Apache v3.18.1
CentOS 6.3 (x86_64)

So I'm trying to redirect all URLs in a certain query range to a new website. i.e.,

mydomain.com/?p=35000
mydomain.com/?p=35001
mydomain.com/?p=35002
mydomain.com/?p=35003
etc.

all need to 301 redirect to myotherdomain.com

I don't need to append each query to the new domain. All the URLs simply need to redirect to the naked domain of the other site. So

mydomain.com/?p=35000 is not redirecting to myotherdomain.com/?p=35000

It is simply redirecting to myotherdomain.com

Also, I need to redirect the specific series ([35000-35999]) to the new domain. I want to redirect the www and the non-www URLs.

I've attempted to write the code myself, but when I upload the htaccess file, the URLs are not redirecting. I'm doing something wrong.

Here's what I've tried:

Code:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^mydomain.com$ [OR]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www.mydomain.com$
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^p=([35000-35999]*)$
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ "http://myotherdomain.com/" [R=301,L]

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3. I also use a re-write rule to add a querystring to the URL: ?Parameter=Foo

4. So, client's request arrives at the my app server as [URL] .....

5. When my app server responds, it is including the Parameter=Foo key/value combination. I don't want this.

6. I want my reverse proxy (somebox.com) to strip "Parameter=Foo" from the string which gets returned to the client.

I have steps 1 & 2 working nicely, but it looks like I can't handle the last bit with with mod_rewrite. I found mod_filter and mod_substitute, but it appears that this stuff is used for re-writing strings IN the document. Can these libs be used to maybe modify (I'm guessing here) the headers so that the "?Parameter=Foo" string can't be seen on the client if they're running something like fiddler?

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--------------------- httpd Begin ------------------------
Requests with error response codes
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PHP Code:

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E.g.:

I want to redirect 301 with conditional:

Code:
useragent: Firefox
from my url1: domain[dot]com/old-url1/
from my url2: domain[dot]com/old-url2/

to

Code:
to new url1: in my url1: domain[dot]com/new-url1/
to new url2: in my url1: domain[dot]com/new-url2/

I create this in my .htaccess but not work

Code:
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I have setup a blank/new install with only basic config change (Listen, ServerRoot etc) to replicate result without anything else interfering. Following is the rewrite section I add to config.

Code:
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule (^/Pictures.*) /$1 [L]
</IfModule>

After Apache has started I execute "ab http://my.example.com/Pictures/Thumbnails/tmb_400X400_FFFFFF_660.jpg" and always get the delay. If I execute again it's normal. If I wait at least 30 seconds I get the delay. Following is a section from error.log with trace8 logging.

Code:
[Tue Mar 12 23:28:56.123519 2013] [rewrite:trace3] [pid 7624:tid 888] mod_rewrite.c(468): [client 69.x.y.90:36279] 69.x.y.90 - - [my.example.com/sid#42c748][rid#26df0d0/initial] applying pattern '(^/Pictures.*)' to uri '/Pictures/Thumbnails/tmb_400X400_FFFFFF_660.jpg'

[Code] ....

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When I testet on the live server the time for fully loaded increase from 3800-4000ms to 8500-10500ms when mod_rewrite is enabled. And that is about 30 requests (php+css+js+images). So the impact is significant.

What can this be? I'm having a hard time believing it's a bug. Isn't mod_rewrite used a lot? I'm running Ubuntu (linux) at home, I'm going to install Apache there and see if I get the same result.

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