Change The Value Of $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] In Apache?


Jun 2, 2011

for example, i have mysite.com and beta.mysite.com. both point to the same index file using the virtualHost directive. what will i do in the apache conf so that when i access the $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'], the value would still be mysite.com?

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Use $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] In Production?

Lately I have been writing function after function that gets my server name [URL]... from an .ini file which I created... then I find this: $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']. Is there anything wrong with using $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] in production?

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How To Remove $_server['server_name'] From A Img Src Attribute?

does anyone no how to remove an $_server['server_name'] from a given image url. For example I have a image that have a src as "http://www.domain.com/images/aa.jpg".

I want to remove the $_server['server_name'] from that src trribute so i can have the output as "images/aa.jpg".

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Remove Subdomain From $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']

I need to make a script where it would remove the subdomain from $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] to use it on the domain option of the setcookie function to allow the access of the cookie on all possible subdomains.

For example, let's say I have

function strip_out_subdomain($domain)
{
//do something to remove subdomain
return $only_my_domain;
}

[Code]....

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$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] And Require Function?

i have been trying all day to get something to work that will allow me to replicate the / part of an href

Code: [Select]<a href="/images/blah.jpg"> to go from the root folder in php.

i thought the easiest way to do this is to use php to get the domain address.

require($_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']."/header.php");

i have gotten to this part but am still getting the error that the file doesnt exist probably because there is no http:// in front of it but i do not want to turn allow_url_includes on in the php.ini file.

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Generating A Css File Incude Using $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'];

can anyone tell me why this doesn't work:
<link rel="stylsheet" href="http://<?php echo $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'];
?>/includes/test3.css" type="text/css" />

there is no wrap in the actual file.

when I view the source the code is printing the correct information.

I think I picked a good one for my first attempt at php. I am trying to
create a generic template.

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Use $_SERVER [SERVER_NAME] Doesn't Work When Running Cron Job Under CLI

I need to get the name of the domain my PHP cron script is running on. Normally I use $_SERVER[SERVER_NAME] but that doesn't work when running a cron job under CLI. Is there a command I can use in CLI to get the domain name?

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$_SERVER["SERVER_NAME"] Returns Some Ip Address?

as far as I know $_SERVER["SERVER_NAME"] and $_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"] returns the server address like http:[url]....

But some cases, $_SERVER["SERVER_NAME"] returns an ip address like 203.111.111.111 and $_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"] also returns the ip address with port like 203.111.111.111:25.

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Setting A $_SERVER Value ($_SERVER['something']) Using Apache .htaccess?

Is it possible using .htaccess or other apache powers to set a custom server value in the php array $_SERVER.

for example
if($_SERVER['is_special']) {
echo "Yeah for us!";
} else {
[code]...

I realize I ask a lot of questions that the answer is no so feel free to say so.

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Apache - $_SERVER PATH_INFO And $_SERVER PORIG_PATH_INFO'?

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Apache Wrong $_SERVER[REQUEST_URI]

I'm facing a weird problem for $_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"]

Here is the example:....

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Apache Pointers &amp; $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']

I have a url with information residing on http://www.hostnamea.com
I have a pointer set up in apache to redirect all traffic to from http://www.hostnameb.com to http://hostnamea.com.

My problem is $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] is blank in all cases when people are being redirected from hostnameb.com.  Is there a way I can track (using php) all people who used the hostnameb pointer?

I googled without success, and I can't seem to find an alternative variable for what i'm looking for other than $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] (ref site: http://ca.php.net/reserved.variables).

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Apache - $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] Not Working Correctly On Windows 7?

I have a problem and this only happens on my PC (windows 7 64bits), if I echo the following:

echo $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];

I get : ::1

same thing if i insert in database.

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Apache Proxy To Lighttpd: Changing $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']

I have a WordPress blog running on lighttpd-1.4.19, listening at www00:81. On the same host, apache-2.2.11 listens on port 80, which creates a proxy connection from [URL] to [URL] (both being the same physical machine). The Apache virtualhost looks as follows:

<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerName blog.mydomain.org
ProxyRequests Off
<Proxy *>
Order deny,allow
Allow from all
</Proxy>
[Code]....

My problem: as far as I know, the PHP environment variable $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] is set to that Host header variable. Unfortunately, WordPress uses that variable in their system to create URLs to pictures on the blog. These URLs won't be accessible behind a firewall of course. How can I force the host header to be blog.mydomain.org instead of blog.mydomain.org:81, respectively www00:81? I already added set server.name = "blog.mydomain.org" to my lighttpd.conf, but this didn't work.

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Change The Content Of Page Using $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']?

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Apache / Assume That $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] Always Returns A IPv4 Address?

Is it safe to assume that $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] always returns a IPv4 address?

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Alternative To $_Server['Http_Host']); For Apache That Does Not Require A Full Blown Programming Language (e.g. SSI)?

I have a simple html page that only uses PHP in two places

<?php preg_replace('/(www.)?([^.]*).(com|info)/', '${2}', $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']); ?>
<?php echo $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']); ?>

In page is loaded on multiple domains, and I just want to display the host name as text in some other static content

I'd like to remove the need for PHP completely, but not repalce it with another full blown compiler or interpreter. I'd like to avoid using javascript. I can live without being able to do a regex to get the second level of the domain name, but would still like that option. Do I have any options for doing this via a simpler apache module than mod_php?

Theres nothing wrong with mod_php, I'm just seeing if I can minimalize the needs of this website I am working on.

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Change Apache 2.2 Htdocs Folder Out Side Of Apache Folder?

I want to store my php project folder out side apache folder. How can I do that?

I changed my DocumentRoot "C:/sbnproj" like this.

after that I created one folder named mytest.php and write

<?php
phpinfo();
?>

This code on that. But when I try to access http://localhost/

is working but when I type http://localhost/mytest.php is not working. it shows

Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /mytest.php on this server.

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SERVER_NAME

I'm trying to determine the servername from a php script that is called either from standard web page or from a command line. The problem is that from commandline the $_SERVER["SERVER_NAME"] variable is not set, neither with getenv("SERVER_NAME").

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SERVER_NAME Or HOST

I have come up with the following code: PHP Code:

<?php

$domref = $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'];
$to = 'john@dough.com'
$host = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];


list($user, $maildomain) = split("@", $to);
list($w, $domain) = split("www.", $domref);

if ( $domain == $maildomain ) {
$bob = 'Valid Email Address'
} else {
$bob = 'Email Address Invalid.

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Php Errors Going To Apache Error Log - Can't Change

I've got a problem with a bunch of "PHP Warning" and "PHP Notice"
messages being dumped into my apache error log, on a FC4 server. I
tried editing the /etc/php.ini file, changing the "error_log =" to it's
own file, and even tried turning off logging all together. No luck.
No matter what I do, these messages still end up my apache log.

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Change In The Apache Configuration File.

I've decided to quit doing my web site in ASP and go to PHP. So I downloaded Apache and all that. Apparently it is all working correctly. I could use a tutorial to help get me familiar with the workings of the server for testing scripts. Also, is there anything I need to change in the apache configuration file.

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Apache - Cannot Change Session Cookie Name

I copied an existing and successfully running site to a new development server. The login on the new server is now broken, and I tracked it down to the fact that although the session cookie is renamed ...

ini_set('session.name', 'DOMAIN1');

... the browser keeps storing the sesssion cookie as PHPSESSID. When I remove the above line from the application on the new server, the login works again. But this is not a good solution, because another application also uses PHPSESSID under this name.

And I would prefer to find the reason for the strange behaviour instead of using a workaround. If I don't fix it it could bite me somewhere else. Maybe this is already enough information for someone to give me a hint. If not, what information would be useful? This machine was a very naked and basic ubuntu 8.04 server, and I installed apache2, mysql and php5 with aptitude. I also updated lokales and the timezone.

Solution: I replaced the line above with this code from from the accepted answer ...

if(ini_set('session.name', 'DOMAIN1') === false || !session_name('DOMAIN1'))
{
die('Unable to set sesssion scope');
}

... and the login now works on the new server.

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Apache - Change The Accepted Extensions By It?

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Apache - Change The Include_path Between Php.ini And A File?

I've inherited some code on a system that I didn't setup, and I'm running into a problem tracking down wre the PHP include path is being set.I have a php.ini file with the following include_path include_path = ".:/usr/local/lib/php"I have a PHP file in the webroot named test.php with the following phpinfo call

<?php
phpinfo();

When I take a look at the the phpinfo call, the local values for the include_path is being overridden So, my question is, what else in a standard PHP system (include some PEAR libraries) could be overriding the include_path between php.ini and actual php code being interpreted/executed.

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Opendir With $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] Or $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']

Is there a way to use opendir() using some sort of absolute path?
I want a file to open the same directory on my site, no matter from what directory it is called.

For example, I have the following variables, but no combination seems to work for me.

Q: Does opendir() ONLY deal with relative paths?
Q: If opendir() works with absolute path, am I missing something?PHP Code:

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