On Oct 18, 2012, at 12:28 PM, Christophe Antoniewski wrote:
> Currently, the guide lines for using Apache as a reverse proxy to galaxy are
> to use the mod_rewrite module and the rewrite rules as explained in the
> galaxy wiki.
> I was wondering whether anybody has tried to use mod_proxy, mod_proxy-http
> instead, with proxypass and proxypassreverse directives ? any technical
> limitations ? could it be more efficient in a production configuration ?
My recollection is that the rewrite rule with a [P] flag effectively does the
same thing as the mod_proxy directives. They both end up using mod_proxy. The
rewrite rules for static will have to be traversed on every request regardless
of which method you use.
> Thanks for the info
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