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Old 11-06-2008, 01:13 PM
Les Mikesell
 
Default apache content rewriting?

I'm using apache with mod_proxy to make the server appear at a different
location and port and need to tweak some absolute references in the
content as it goes by. mod_proxy_html looked promising - and appears to
work - but seems to be making the httpd process consume a lot of CPU on
occasion. mod_substitute as included in more recent apache versions
should work and mod_sed is another possibility. Has anyone solved this
problem with the version of httpd in RHEL/Centos?


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