Map thousands of urls
is at rambler-co.ru
Thu Jun 14 19:32:13 MSD 2007
On Thu, Jun 14, 2007 at 12:29:25PM +0200, Janko Hauser wrote:
> Hello, we currently use a homegrown apache module, which maps urls to
> new domains and urls. For this we use a mysql-lookup. There are O
> (10000) entries in this table. Now we want to replace Apache with
> nginx (which is currently used as a load balancing proxy to a big
> zope cluster f?r 400+ Sites).
> What would be the best way to achieve the same effect with nginx? We
> can live with a solution, where the mysql-table is exported once a
> night, a new nginx include is written and nginx is reloaded. I think
> it would be bad to port the apache module to nginx, as a mysql-lookup
> for each request reduces the benefits of nginx.
> The lookup can be exact, so we do not need thousands of rewrites via
Could you show example of mappings ?
nginx can do lookups via "map" directive.
More information about the nginx