[Gluster-infra] [Bug 1490994] Missing redirect on the new wordpress blog for older links

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Tue Sep 19 21:14:03 UTC 2017


--- Comment #6 from Karsten Wade <kwade at redhat.com> ---
(In reply to Amye Scavarda from comment #5)
> http://www.gluster.org/git-reincarnating-remote-master-branch-so-you-can-
> easily-pr-to-upstream/ is the answer to the direct one. 
> Unfortunately, it looks like the import done by the web developers has
> stripped out all of the previous URL date information.
> What's the best way forward here?

Couple of thoughts come to mind, which are a bit brute-force.

I think then we'd have to have an X:Y mapping of every single source and
destination as explicit full paths mapped to full paths.

How many posts are there? We'd need a rewrite rule for each one.

Can the HTTP server handle N 100s of these rewrites? Should seem so, yes?

(It occurs to me that if you did want the full dates in the path again, we
could go re-import of data. Then have a set of rewrite rules from the source
stripped-of-dates-path to the new path -- rewrite rules coming AND going. Idea
is to gracefully transition from the old and an interim-new to a permanent

If we did all the above with 301 codes, could we get the search indexing
resolved too?

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