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On 11 Apr 2006, at 01:19, Alain Fauconnet wrote:
It seems that more and more people use mod_rewrite instead. Isn't this
a much more pass-through approach than mod_proxy? (especially if I turn
some caching on - not something I've seen covered anywhere). By "more
pass-through" I mean  that clients end up taking to Zope's own HTTP
server directly, with all the performance problems mentioned here and
there.
Would you please hint me on the rationale behind choosing between
mod_proxy and mod_rewrite? I'm quite fuzzy on this now.

mod_rewrite *uses* mod_proxy if you create rules that include the "P" flag in the flags that are at the end of the rule. "P" stands for Proxy.

jens

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