Hi. I'm having a vhost, which is reachable via one canonical name, e.g. example.org, and also via several aliases, e.g. www.example.org, example.com, etc. I want that whenever requests are made via one of the aliases, that those are redirected to the canonical name. IMHO there are about the following two ways: 1) - one vhost, which has the canonical name as ServerName, and the aliases as ServerAliases - and also has some RewriteCond+RewriteRules, making a redirect to the canonical address if HTTP_HOST is one of the aliases. 2) - two vhosts, the first having only the canonical name as ServerName (no ServerAlias) - the second, having the aliases as ServerName/ServerAliases - and also doing a Redirect / http://example.org Can (2) be handled with more performance by Apache than (1) (as it doesn't have to evaluate the RewriteConds and the regexps every time? At least (1) seems to be cleaner readable to me (from a config file point of view) Cheers, Chris.
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