On my current project, we have many Apache rewrites rules configured. I recently discovered an issue in one of our rules that caused our product pages not to render correctly. It can be quite cumbersome to check every single rule, I went looking for a better solution and found one: mod_rewrite logging using the LogLevel directive. Within your directive LogLevel alert rewrite:trace3 mod_rewrite offers detailed logging of its actions at the trace1 to trace8 log levels. The log level can be set specifically for mod_rewrite using the LogLevel directive: Up to level debug, no actions are logged, while trace8 means that practically all actions are logged. Using a high trace log level for mod_rewrite will slow down your Apache HTTP Server dramatically! Use a log level higher than trace2 only for debugging! - http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_rewrite.html#logging tail -f error_log | fgrep '[rewrite:' Can for example result in the following: [rewrite:trace3] mod_rewrite.c(470): applying pattern '^/nl-be/products/([0-9]+)(/.+)?' to uri '/nl-be/products/1234.html' [rewrite:trace2] mod_rewrite.c(470): rewrite '/nl-be/products/1234.html' -> '/content/company/be/nl.pdp.1234'
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