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Can't seem to get any answers at all. Anyone familiar with Apache out there?

Module load order in Apache 2 is not working at all. Mod_Rewrite is running before Mod_Security2. I need Mod_Rewrite to run after Mod_Security
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by:Deepak Kosaraju
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Can you copy and paste you config. Apache file is read top - bottom so make sure u change you sequence.
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ravenpl earned 500 total points
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Under 1.3 apache, last loaded module is called first,
Under 2.0 order of modules is unpredictable, which was considered mis-feature, and is fixed in 2.2. Not really though. Under 2.2 modules are registering itself under given class (like Auth module), but still, within one class the order is quite random.
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by:dilithiumtoys
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Thank you to everyone for the suggestions. I have solved this problem, but I am running on Apache 2 for clarity.

I was attempting to feed Mod Rewrite a variable that was created by a custom module. As ravenpl said, it is very unpredictable, which was exhausting.

I was able to do what I wanted to do by causing redirection from with in the custom module.
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