I have a php application
my_application, that needs to be ran in three specific ways (namely,
prod) by httpd.
That very application is deployed many times, one for each client (with its own subdomain);
So, in the end I have that kinds of URLs:
dev-client1.myapp.mycompany.com test-client1.myapp.mycompany.com client1.myapp.mycompany.com dev-client2.myapp.mycompany.com test-client2.myapp.mycompany.com client2.myapp.mycompany.com
And for each of these domains, I have a apache virtual block, when all I would need is a way to specify two configuration files, and the URL associated. (One for the client configuration, one for the test-dev-prod configuration).
What is the proper way of reducing the copy and paste of httpd conf in this scenario ?
for instance, a way of doing that :
register_myapp("dev-client1.myapp.mycompany.com", "myapp.php?db_access=client1.ini&configuration=dev"); or register_myapp("dev-client1.myapp.mycompany.com", "myapp.php", "client1.ini", "dev");
or something like that, instead of :
<VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "/var/www/myapp" ServerName dev-client1.myapp.mycompany.com <Directory "/var/www/myapp"> AllowOverride none Options Indexes FollowSymLinks Require all granted </Directory> RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^.*$ start.php?client=client1.ini&version=dev </VirtualHost>
duplicated 3n times.
Edit : Currently, my configuration is in fact :
RewriteRule ^.*$ client1/start_dev.php
But that doesn't satisfy me either, because it makes too many duplication as well.