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Comment #1 on issue 1182 by chipx86: Apache configuration file is  
misconfigured, if RB do not goes to root.
http://code.google.com/p/reviewboard/issues/detail?id=1182

This is actually by design in order to support some existing setups and  
older
versions of Django. We may move away from this at some point, but for now,  
it's
intentional.

The default configuration of Review Board expects to own the subdomain, and  
then the
site root is calculated at runtime. You're always free to modify the  
generated
configuration files.

The reason for this is that before, Django was unable to work in subdomains  
without
some hacks. We put some stuff in place to allow working in subdomains, and  
changing
our way of doing it now would break existing installs that rely on our  
workarounds.
Moving away from that is going to be a larger effort.

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