I have an independent server for static, let’s say http://static.server.com
Static files, such as themes’s js, css and images, and post attachments, are shared from the blogs to the static server through NFS mounted folders, so anything uploades to http://www.blog1.com/wp-content/uploads/ can be accessed on http://static.server.com/www.blog1.com/wp-content/uploads/ and in fact, any request to a statick file on http://www.blog1.com will get 301 redirected to static.
I believe I should be able to take advantage of W3 Total Cache to avoid the redirection overhead, by forcing the plugin to rewrite the request, so that
gets rewritten to
instead of redirected on the fly.
¿Am I making any sense at all? It’s like adding a forcer rewrite option for self managed CDN as those mounted through NFS.
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