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on page: http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/tux/TUX-2.2-Manual/virtual- hosting.html string_host_tail The strip_host_tail tunable strips off hostname components, starting at the end of the hostname. If the value is set to 0, this tunable is disabled. If the value is set to 1: http://www.some.site.com/a.html => $DOCROOT/some.site/a.html If the value is set to 2: http://www.some.site.com/a.html => $DOCROOT/site/a.html and so on... ------------------ However, looking at the code and doing some testing, it appears that the example for value set to 2 is incorrect. In reality what I am seeing is: If the value is set to 2: http://www.some.site.com/a.html => $DOCROOT/some/a.html however, in my current situation, the documentation would have done what I wanted. :) Also, the header says string_host_tail, but the description mentions strip_host_tail. The header should say strip_host_tail.
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