Mass virtual hosting

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Is it posiible to use something like Apache’s mod_vhost_alias
(http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_vhost_alias.html) in nginx?
I want to define separately root, location and access_log (and possibly
auth_basic_user_file) directives per domain. Variable $server_name works
only in root. Of course I don’t want to use file per domain.
Interpolation like %N.M will be fine too.
Example:


server {
[…]
server_name nginx ;
access_log /var/log/nginx/access
$server_name.log;
[…]
root /srv/www/$server_name;
[…]
}



Bart³omiej Syryjczyk
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On Wednesday 28 November 2007, Bart³omiej Syryjczyk wrote:

access_log /var/log/nginx/access_$server_name.log;

access_log dosn’t support variables

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Roxis pisze:

access_log dosn’t support variables
I know, but maybe someone thinking about mass virtual hosting via nginx
at another way?


Bart³omiej Syryjczyk
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Bartłomiej Syryjczyk wrote:

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Roxis pisze:

access_log dosn’t support variables
I know, but maybe someone thinking about mass virtual hosting via nginx
at another way?

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