CSS 11500 Balancing question

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Jun 18th, 2009

Simplifying:

Is there some method to enable a content rule giving service to two directories of a web server?

Let's explain:

We've a web server with many directories including directory images and directory programs. I want the same content rule gives service to both directories but not other.

I saw url command in content rule, the problem with this command is that you can configure just one, for example: url "/images/*"

I explore too the "url urql urql-name" command, the problem with this one is that urql command does not permit wildcards and it's not possible configure the whole content of the directory.

Other option is the header-field-group defining: header-field nombre1 request-line contain "/images/"

header-field nombre2 request-line contain "/program/"

but to match a request with this header-field-group every definition must match (condition and, not or).

I look for this simple question with no success. Is there someone with this problem solved?

thanks.

I have this problem too.
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Gilles Dufour Fri, 06/19/2009 - 06:04

CSS is limited to what it can do.

Unfortunately I think you found the answer yourself... there is no solution.

The ACE appliance has regular expression to match url, so easier for doing what you want.

Gilles.

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