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From Webmaster <eag...@chatministries.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: Weird Virtual Host Error
Date Thu, 25 Sep 2003 22:35:54 GMT
I wondered about a possible typo too.
Both appear to load for me here in Australia.
Richard Ashton


At 14:05 25-09-03 -0400, you wrote:
>B.
>
>Sorry I wasn't clear .. typos.
>
>I meant www.universalrackrepair.com
>
>I'm not at the client site today but I will get over there and get the
>conf file and copy of the error log.  I didn't seen anything in it
>(error log) when I looked yesterday - but I could have been crossed eyed
>to.
>
>
>List:     apache-httpd-users
>Subject:  Re: [users@httpd] Weird Virtual Host Error
>From:     Bart Lenoir <mail () lingtren ! com>
>Date:     2003-09-25 16:17:16
>
>Did you mean:
>www.universalreackrepair.com or:
>www.universalrackrepair.com ?
>Cheers,
>B.
>
>Quoting Charles Lacy <clacy@MicroVisionsInc.com>:
>
>> Apache 1.3 box running on RH8.  Everything was fine until recently and
>I
>> have no idea what changed since I have not been to the site for
>awhile.
>> 
>> I have several sites running as virtual hosts.  The majority of the
>site
>> function as expected with the exception of one.
>> 
>> The domain www.universalreackrepair.com results in an error page - 404
>> (not found)from anywhere on the Internet.  The domain
>> universalrackrepair.com does not - and the site loads properly.
>> 
>> Even weirder, the 'www' and '.' for this domain load fine from the
>> webserver (locally) and from the internal LAN.
>> 
>> The virtual host configuration is actually identified by
>> www.universalrackrepair with an alias pointing to
>> universalrackrepair.com.  
>> 
>> I've verified DNS is configured properly for both domains as best I
>can
>> (its hosted by the ISP) and I know port 80 is open through the
>firewall
>> since other sites on the same server work fine.
>> 
>> I've reviewed everything I can think of and have found no issues.
>> 
>> httpd.conf - ok, the sites are running (for the most part)
>> DNS - ok, lookups resolve to the proper IP
>> Firewall - other traffic comes through properly on port 80
>> 
>> Whay could cause external connections to fail to a virtual host, yet
>the
>> alias functions correctly?  I'm stumped.
>> 
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