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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20277] - Unable to use shares as DocumentRoot/VirtualDocumentRoot
Date Tue, 12 Sep 2006 03:28:37 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From bugzilla@evilprince.com  2006-09-12 03:28 -------
Note if the share is on another network or in another domain - trusted or not - 
and if your local/intranet DNS is broken, it'll resolve intermittently or not 
at all. The server has to see the share when it boots and anytime the Apache 
service is running. DNS is one of those necessary evils that unfortunately can 
work sometimes and sometimes not; there are often many grey areas.

In my case, when I set all my docs up on a RAID - instead of on separate 
servers - for redundancy and some piece of mind, it worked right out of the 
box. I got it to see the DocumentRoot from different servers (after some conf 
tweaks), even the php, databases, the whole lot. When my DNS went twiddly about 
three days later, I started receiving the above message and had a helluva time 
straightening it out.

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