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From Brian Behlendorf <br...@hyperreal.org>
Subject bug o' the week
Date Sat, 23 Aug 1997 00:51:26 GMT

Things are broken again but not too badly.  This time, it's name-based
vhosts living on an aliased IP number.  For example, let's say your box has
IP numbers
A and B.  Let's say you have

<Vhost A>
ServerName www.one.com
DocumentRoot /one
</Vhost>

<Vhost A>
ServerName www.two.com
DocumentRoot /two
</Vhost>

<Vhost B>
Servername www.three.com
DocumentRoot /three
</Vhost>

<Vhost B>
Servername www.four.com
DocumentRoot /four
</Vhost>

with the current code in "apachen", www.four.com doesn't show up - when
accessed, it gives the content for www.three.com, and accesses are logged
as www.three.com.  

If the config file is rearranged and www.four.com is placed before
www.three.com, then four takes precedence and three disappears.

Any ideas?

	Brian


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