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[Bug 61108] RewriteCond -f caches results after first test


https://bz.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=61108

--- Comment #2 from Stephen Gevers <sg3235@xxxxxxx> ---
I had set the trace level to 6 earlier.  I was seeing this trace message even
though the file existed:

[Fri May 19 14:36:56.405217 2017] [rewrite:trace4] [pid 67508:tid
139724855404288] mod_rewrite.c(477): [client 135.213.232.7:1465] 135.213.232.7
- - [wiki3.dev.att.com/sid#d4bf78][rid#7f14400d41f0/initial] RewriteCond:
input='/opt/app/workload/nas/reldir/dev3/cmnshr/maintenance/wiki.txt'
pattern='-f' => not-matched

After restarting apache, it changed to this:

[Fri May 19 14:44:58.340292 2017] [rewrite:trace4] [pid 67514:tid
139724519728896] mod_rewrite.c(477): [client 135.213.232.6:2005] 135.213.232.6
- - [wiki3.dev.att.com/sid#d4bf78][rid#7f140800bf60/initial] RewriteCond:
input='/opt/app/workload/nas/reldir/dev3/cmnshr/maintenance/wiki.txt'
pattern='-f' => matched

Hoping to get the information you asked for, I set the trace level to 8.  I
don't see any additional messages, but I'm getting the behavior I expect.  I
went back and set the log level back to warn, and I'm still getting the
behavior I expect.  So I guess there's nothing to do here.  Not sure what was
happening before or how I may have screwed up the test, but I'm sorry to have
wasted your time.

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