Subject: [htdig] virtual hosts and url_part_aliases
From: John Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Sep 19 2000 - 10:53:50 PDT
I'm having a slight problem, and hope that someone can help.
We have a number of virtual hosts, which are something of the form:
http://www.example.vcu.edu/ -> http://www.vcu.edu/sample
Now right now, assuming both have links to them (as often happens) we
end up with two entries for a particular page, so if the word "febo" is
on http://www.example.vcu.edu/, a search for febo will turn up both
the above URL's.
What I'm thinking of doing (and am about to try) is setting up
url_part_aliases: www.example.vcu.edu *1 \
so that both will get stored the same way. Will this lead to any
problems? I presume I'd then want to have a slightly different config
file for search, so that *1 expands uniquely (probably to
www.example.vcu.edu in this case).
The two reasons we want to do this is so that we'd be able to restrict a
search to www.example.vcu.edu and to rid of the double hits.
Thanks in advance.
-- John S. Sullivan University Computing Services "It's not fish yer buyin, it's Mens Lives" Sir Walter Scott
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