|Subject:||Question about Apache and Mod_Proxy|
|Posted by:||andrew (andrew.ggrou…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||Fri, 10 Jul 2009|
I'm rather new to Apache / Mod_Proxy, so I though I would share my
configuration and see if anyone had any ideas for improvement, plus I
had a question.
My challenge was to take a domain name and split it across three
servers, one for static content, one for a blog and one for a .Net
application. So that www.domain.com went to static, www.domain.com/blog
went to the blog server, and www.domain.com/app went to a Windows
For SEO purposes subdomains were ruled out.
All of the Linux servers are: Ubuntu 8.04.3 LTS
Everything works fine. I added proxy statements to the /etc/apache2/
The "proxy" server is *only* serving proxy requests. No websites or
My question is this: looking at the configuration, it seems that the
proxy server will work for one domain... how do I set it up to run
proxy rules based on a host header?
Now that I typed all of this out, I think I know what to research, but
I'll post the question anyways. I'll reply back if I figure it