I am using a couple rewrite rules configured in .htaccess files. I am having some trouble with rewrites and getting 404 errors so trying to debug them by enabling rewrite logging. I have Apache 2.4, and per the Apache docs, I should use this in a Vhost file to enable logging, so I added it to the site's Apache Directives exactly as shown below: RewriteEngine On LogLevel core:info rewrite:trace8 alias:debug This is one of the .htaccess Rewrite rules: <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine on RewriteRule ^$ app/webroot/ [L] RewriteRule (.*) app/webroot/$1 [L] </IfModule> However I am not getting any Rewrite logging at all in /var/log/httpd/*, or /var/www/site1/log/* though I do see the 404 errors (which I didn't see before adding core:info to the LogLevel setting). EDIT: At this point, I think the URL isn't getting rewritten, does the lack of logging mean I am not hitting the rewrite??? Example URL that is returning 404 (internal only web server and URL): http://site.tg.local/css/bootstrap.min.css Should be rewritten to: http://site.tg.local/app/webroot/css/bootstrap.min.css According to this site it should match, but either it's not getting rewritten or it's incorrect somehow: https://htaccess.madewithlove.be/ Any ideas? Perfect server guide followed for CentOS 7.4 and everything is working perfectly, except this rewrite and/or rewrite logging of course. Thank you!