rewritecond if is serveralias

Hi, i want do a rewrite in apache that the unique condition if the host is one of the different serveralias (more than 90 domains).
How i can do it without use a rewritecond line per each domain.

Thanks
soyglobalAsked:
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David S.Commented:
You can check if the hostname is not one of the ones you don't want to perform the rewrite for. Something like this:
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !www.primaryhost.com$

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flob9Commented:
Something like this :

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST}   !^www\.mydomain\.com [NC]
RewriteRule ^/(.*)         http://mydomain.com/$1 [L,R]

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soyglobalAuthor Commented:
I know this way, but the problem is that rule not apply to all server alias,
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flob9Commented:
Where do you add this rule ? .htaccess file or apache configuration ?
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soyglobalAuthor Commented:
Apache configuration in virtualhost
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flob9Commented:
perhaps your rewrite rule is overriden by a .htaccess file
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soyglobalAuthor Commented:
the problem not is that rewrite failed, my problem is how manage a rewritecond with near 75 conditionals
rewritecond  %{HTTP_HOST}= domain1 or
rewritecond  %{HTTP_HOST}= domain2 or
....
rewritecond  %{HTTP_HOST}= domain75 or
rewrite from / to the moon.foo
I think apache should has a way for do it more simple and fast
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flob9Commented:
What exactly do you want ? give us some samples.

foo.bar.com => www.bar.com  ?
bla.bla.com => bla.com ? ...

You can certainly achieve this with some regex
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soyglobalAuthor Commented:
I need some this:
if http_host = one of 75 group1 alias domain go to www.foo.com
if http_hots = one of 20 group2 alias domain go to www.blaba.com
the problem is the number of values to check (75 and 20), and increasing per month
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caterham_wwwCommented:
What about using 4 different <virtualhost *:80> sections? One for www.foo.com, one for www.blaba.com,  one for aliases of www.foo.com and one for aliases of www.blaba.com; while you put a simple

Redirect 301 / http://www.foo.com

into the "alias" <virtualhost >'s instead of brothering with mod_rewrite.
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soyglobalAuthor Commented:
because i don't want do a redirect, i need have as i put before
rewrite on
rewritecon http-referrer = one of group1 alias
rewriteurl (.)*  http://bkjkj.com/?redirect-host=http-referrer qsa, l

rewritecon http-referrer = one of group2 alias
rewriteurl (.)*  http://app.foo.com/?redirect-host=http-host qsa, l
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