Mapping sites to other sites without using FastCGI/DB
brian.kirkbride at deeperbydesign.com
Wed Feb 27 22:18:24 MSK 2008
I'm new to Nginx but have been very impressed with it -- thanks for
contributing this great software.
I have a mass virtual hosting setup, all sites have the same config
and will be served with server_name * (wildcard). The config is very
simple, just serving some static files. I want to keep the Nginx
boxes as simple and light as possible -- no FastCGI, no database.
Some domains will simply be an alias to another domain. I know that
for one or two domains, you could simply do a rewrite from
ALIASDOMAIN.com/(.*) to REALDOMAIN/$1, but our situation is more
dynamic and we can't update the config file all the time.
Is there as way to have:
where aliased_to is a text file containing the real domain?
Or what about:
Something like that?
In apache mod_rewrite I would do this using maps, but my Nginx skills
Thanks in advance,
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