I am trying to download the sky go app it says to sign in to your sky account which I do the it says the page contains too many server redirects and can not down load it
We've a list of 3000 301 redirects. We need assistance on
What would the best place to put these? It seems putting these 3000 lines inside vhost in httpd.conf would be a mess.
What are recommended ways to handle thousands of urls?
How much is it going to affect page loading speed and apache server load ?
The problem is when i access website's main page - it redirects me to www.example.com and wget saves just one page.
I've already tried --max-redirects=1 and --domains=www.example.com and it doesn't work.
I am at an office using the "guest" wireless access point. As a matter of policy, this office redirects any page to a "blocked page" notice if the domain name corresponds to a dynamic DNS (e.g., *.dyndns.org).
Someone in my studio designed a webpage some years ago, and now the client decided to change the server (he moved to a Linux Apache server running Gen2 SMP, 64 bits, PHP version 5.3.8, Standard MYSQL version 5). It suddenly started to do weird things.
When clicking on a link that requires login, the page redirects you to the login page using header() function in PHP.
I'm having an issue implementing 301 Redirects via .htaccess file on an Apache server.
I can enable the 'Redirect 301' statements in the .htaccess file and they will appear to work for a few minutes, but soon after the server starts returning "too many automatic redirects" errors and the site becomes unavailable.
Clearly, I have a loop somewhere in the code, but I can't see it.
From what I've gathered so far it's clear that running if statements in nginx should be avoided at all costs. Most of the examples I've found so far regarding specific page redirects involve multiple servers being used. But, isn't that a bit wasteful?