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trailing slash issue (again?)
KOZMAN Balint <bkozman(at)imind.hu>
2006-08-07 14:57:59 [ FULL ]
Hello All,


I'm having a strange problem since pound 1.8 -> 2.1 upgrade. If I ask for
an url where there is a directory part eg. 'http://www.xyz.com/somedir',
then I get a connection timeout and no content (however somedir _does_
exist and has an index.html), while it's all OK if I write
'http://www.xyz.com/somedir/'.

I have a really simple config with two apache backends. Pound config
looks this:


User            "www-data"
Group           "www-data"
#RootJail       /chroot/pound

## Logging: (goes to syslog by default)
##      0       no logging
##      1       normal
##      2       extended
##      3       Apache-style (common log format)
LogLevel        1

## check backend every X secs:
Alive           15

## use hardware-accelleration card supported by openssl(1):
#SSLEngine      <hw>

######################################################################
## listener options, redirect and ... to:

ListenHTTP

    Address x.y.w.z
    Port 80

    ## allow PUT and DELETE also (by default only GET, POST and HEAD)?:
    xHTTP               1

    ## disable WebDAV
    WebDAV              0

    RewriteLocation     1

End

Service
    HeadRequire "Host:.*xyz.com.*"
    BackEnd
        Address 10.0.0.10
        Port    82
    End
    BackEnd
        Address 10.0.0.11
        Port    82
    End
End


Apache log on the backends says this:

[Mon Aug  7 14:18:23 2006] [error] [client 10.0.0.10] File does not exist:
/home/xyz.com/public_html/somedir:82


What could this be? Any help would highly be appreciated.


Thanks,
Balint

Re: [Pound Mailing List] trailing slash issue (again?)
Ondra Kudlik <kepi(at)orthank.net>
2006-08-07 15:53:49 [ FULL ]
Hi,

I had same problems with Pound 2.0.9 but with 2.1 with almost same
config as you everythings works fine :/

Only difference is that I have xHTTP disabled...

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