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From sameer <sam...@c2.net>
Subject Re: bug report (fwd)
Date Tue, 10 Sep 1996 17:24:01 GMT
I've seen a problem like this often.

Generally people did (where ip is the main ip#):

Listen 80
Listen 443

<V ip2:80>
</V>

<V ip3:80>
</V>

<VirtualHost ip:443>
</V>

<V ip2:443>
</V>

<V ip3:443>
</V>

	replacing <V ip:443> with <V *:443> fixed things.


> From: Jean-Luc Rochat <jl.Rochat@sat.sligos.fr>
> > on a Sparc Netra i600, I have 3 IP addrs on a single Eth. card.
> > I used to have 3 <VirtualHost> in my httpd.conf.
> >
> > After Installing V1.1.1, upgrading from 1.0.5, I found
> > it didn't work as I wanted.
> >
> > Some of the VirtualHosts are not recognized, so httpd tries to
> > acces DOCUMENT_LOCATION, which doesn't exists, and core dumps.
> >
> > I found that the order of   <VirtualHost> in httpd.conf was
> > causing the trouble . ???
> > It now works as I changed the order of  <VirtualHost> declarations
> > in this file.
> 
> Yes, it looks like a problem here. I've tried your config files (changed
> to use my server's virtual IP addresses) and cannot reproduce this on
> IRIX, so I would guess this is due to an OS-specific effect or Apache bug
> which only shows itself on Solaris. I've see a similar report of a Vhost
> being ignored on Solaris 2.4 despite an apparently correct configuration.
> 
> What operating system and version are you using? Presumably Solaris 2.4 or
> 2.5?
> 
> > Could you send me back an email as soon as you have seen it ?
> > I'll stop these services in my firewall.
> 
> I've downloaded your working and not-working httpd.conf files, so
> you can close your firewall (you'll see accesses from *.ukweb.com, as
> well as possibly from other Apache people's sites).
> 
> To the list: I can supply the configs file anyone else wants to examine
> them...
> 
> Paul
> UK Web Ltd
> 
> 


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