Canonical URLs interfere with proxy host
|Reported by:||ekennedy||Owned by:||markjaquith|
In our environment we have two separate instances of Apache running. One for a Content Management system and the default system instance. The primary version of Apache (port 80) is assoicated with the Content Management system. WordPress is running under the default system install (listening to port 90). The request for the Wordpress blog is proxied from the first apache (port 80) to the second (port 90). This all worked fine until I upgraded to WordPress 2.3.2. We are now getting in a loop associated with the canonical url feature. I understand the value of causing the non-hostname part of the URL to be consistent, however, would it be reasonable to provide some way to ignore the host and port for situations like we find ourselves in. For now I've installed the plugin to disable the feature.
Change History (5)
- Component changed from General to Canonical
- Owner changed from anonymous to markjaquith