mod_proxy

January 9, 2008 at 10:32 am | Posted in apache, http | Leave a comment

After fiddling around trying to get a proxy rewrite rule to work yet again, it was time for a blog post.

On ubuntu 6.10, things were easy:

a2enmod proxy

and everything is fine.

On SuSE SLES 10, things were harder: Load proxy_http explicitely, too, and in the correct order!

On ubuntu 7.10:

a2enmod proxy

didn’t cut it. After some tearing out of hairs, I remembered this proxy_http thing.

a2enmod proxy_http

informs me, that proxy_http is already enabled as dependency of proxy. It still adds a new link to proxy_http.load in mods-enabled. Apparently the line loading proxy_http has moved from proxy.load to its own load config.

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