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From Milan Andric <mand...@eecs.berkeley.edu>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] server reverts to global config briefly then back to vhost
Date Fri, 30 Apr 2004 16:55:41 GMT
On Fri, Apr 30, 2004 at 11:15:11AM +0100, Tim Gollschewsky wrote:
> 
> However, I'm pretty sure the correct Host: header is being sent, because
> the error_log it uses is the correct one for that vhost.  In fact, in
> the global access_log, you can see the vhost identifier as well:

maybe setup a cronjob that does lynx -head -dump http://servers.com so you can
investigate the headers??

> 
> /vhosts/dx00003/logs/www/error_log:[Fri Apr 30 02:20:31 2004] [error] [client
> 131.194.198.136] client denied by server configuration: /var/www/default
> /var/log/www/access_log: dx00003 0 131.194.198.136 - - [30/Apr/2004:02:20:31
> +0100] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 302 281 "-" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.5; Windows 98)

what is the top level (non vhost) ErrorLog config? 

> 
> dx00003 is the vhost servername (we use ServerAliases for the full FQDN).
> 
> Its just baffling.  How can it know where the error_log for that vhost
> is, but not the DocumentRoot.  :(

dunno, maybe the filesystem returned an error?

> 
> > Are you implying the behaviour is random? If it can it be reproduced
> > then it will be easy to crack...
> 
> I agree.  Yes, its totally random.

hmm, when did the problem start happening?  Were there any other things that
may have changed that could relate?  As a hack, what about setting up a
redirect in the top level config and create a Redirect 301 /
http://vh1.example.com

> 
> > BTW, what's the rational behind having an inaccessible default VH? I'd
> > probably have a redirect to a "hello world" page..
> 
> Well, it should always hit the first names-based vhost (which is
> accessable).  We figured this directory should never get hit,but lets
> lock it down anyway.  I work for a bank, little paranoia-based things
> like that make our auditors happy.
> 
> Thanks for your help,


-- 
Milan

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