On Apr 20, 2008, at 8:30 AM, Charles Lyons wrote:
>> /caucho-status would show the current mapping in mod_caucho. That
>> would be the place to look.
> At the moment I've got the entry "/^/?(index.html)?$" under the url-
> on /caucho-status. My regexp was "^/?(index.html)?$" so I'm not sure
> the extra / was inserted.
It's related to the fact that mod_caucho doesn't understand regexps.
So it's interpreting the regexp as a url-pattern. (Which doesn't
actually matter in this case because you've got a plugin_match below.)
> Resin is the server reporting the 404 (rather than Apache), so
> is doing its job correctly, just Resin is refusing to serve those
> sometimes, with no errors in the logs.
Thanks. I've updated the bug report. It sounds like it's a Resin-
specific issue, not related to mod_caucho (which is good since it
should make debugging and testing easier.)
>> Since mod_caucho doesn't understand url-regexp, how are you telling
>> mod_caucho that your pages should be handled by Resin?
> <servlet-mapping url-pattern="*" servlet-name="plugin_match" />
> I also set my default host to have servlet-name="plugin_ignore" so
> explicitly enabled web-apps are served by Resin (otherwise I was
> domains being served by Resin rather than Apache and I didn't want to
> enable mod_caucho for each domain in Apache as well as updating Resin
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