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litespeed_wiki:troubleshooting:rewrite_difference_on_l_flag_between_lsws_and_apache [2019/01/03 21:04]
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litespeed_wiki:troubleshooting:rewrite_difference_on_l_flag_between_lsws_and_apache [2019/03/19 15:32] (current)
Lisa Clarke Fixed live example.com links
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 Under Apache: Under Apache:
-  - A visitor hits the URL ''​http://​example.com/​es/​reservar.html''​ .+  - A visitor hits the URL ''​<​nowiki>​http://​example.com/​es/​reservar.html</​nowiki>​''​ .
   - The web server recognizes the pattern ''​^es/​(.*)$''​ from the first rewrite rule and the request is internally redirected to ''/​reservar.html''​.   - The web server recognizes the pattern ''​^es/​(.*)$''​ from the first rewrite rule and the request is internally redirected to ''/​reservar.html''​.
   - ''/​reservar.html''​ also matches the rule ''​^reservar\.html(.*)$''​ and is redirected to ''​reservar.php''​.   - ''/​reservar.html''​ also matches the rule ''​^reservar\.html(.*)$''​ and is redirected to ''​reservar.php''​.
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 Under LiteSpeed Web Server: Under LiteSpeed Web Server:
-  - A visitor hits the URL ''​http://​example.com/​es/​reservar.html''​ .+  - A visitor hits the URL ''​<​nowiki>​http://​example.com/​es/​reservar.html</​nowiki>​''​ .
   - The web server recognizes the pattern ''​^es/​(.*)$''​ from the first rewrite rule and the request is internally redirected to ''/​reservar.html''​.   - The web server recognizes the pattern ''​^es/​(.*)$''​ from the first rewrite rule and the request is internally redirected to ''/​reservar.html''​.
   - Processing stops at the first [L] (''​RewriteRule ^es/(.*)$ /$1 [L]''​) and never reaches the forth line at all.   - Processing stops at the first [L] (''​RewriteRule ^es/(.*)$ /$1 [L]''​) and never reaches the forth line at all.
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