Adds a per-directory proxy to some domain

A proxy maps some URL on a virtual server to another webserver. This means that requests for any page under that URL path will be forwarded to the other site,
which could be a separate machine or another webserver process on the same system (such as Tomcat for Java or Mongrel for Ruby on Rails).

The --domain parameter must be given and followed by a virtual server's domain name. The --path parameter is also mandatory, and must be followed by a local URL path like /rails or even /. Finally, you must give the --url parameter,
followed by a URL to forward to like

If running Apache 2.0 or later with the mod_proxy_balancer module, the --url parameter can be given multiple times. Your webserver will then round-robin balance requests between all the URLs, which should serve the same content. This is useful for load-balancing between multiple backend servers.

If you want to turn off proxying for some URL path, the --no-proxy flag can be given instead of --url. This is useful if you have proxying enabled for / but want to serve content for some sub-directory locally.

Command Line Help

virtualmin create-proxy --domain
                        --path url-path
                        --url destination [--url destination]*
                       [--balancer name]