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From Brian Quinn <br...@az511.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Strange copy of index.htm that is not in the DocumentRoot on Apache/1.3.27
Date Tue, 15 Jun 2004 16:02:13 GMT
Check your Document Root and make sure you didn't name is index.html 
(notice the L) by mistake cause that would work when you DON"T put anything 
after the /.

Brian


At 08:50 AM 6/15/2004, you wrote:
>Chad Jackson [LJNet Consultants] wrote:
>
>>Hello.
>>
>>I have been running Apache on a Solaris 8 Server for over two years now and
>>have just found a problem that has me stumped. I am evaluating a web
>>publishing tool that allows me to post directly to the server, however the
>>index.htm page seemed to stay the same, if I call it directly.
>>
>>If I use the url http://site.com the index.htm works and shows the correct
>>info as I have updated. But if I use http://site.com/index.htm the page is
>>about two days old with none of my latest changes visible. The strange thing
>>is that I have now deleted the site completely from the server's
>>DocumentRoot directory, and restarted apache, and have cleared the cache on
>>the local browser http://site.com/index.htm is still available even from a
>>browser on a separate system that has never been to that site before. I have
>>tried this from three systems with the same results the index.htm is still
>>available, and understandably the images do not load as the site has been
>>deleted.
>>
>>Is there some configuration option that I am missing that caches the pages
>>even after the server is reloaded.
>>
>>Regards
>>Chad
>>
>>
>>
>>
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>Hello chad,
>
>This is a "shot in the dark", you could perform a system wide search for 
>the file index.htm and see where it pops up, and you can turn off the 
>server and powre off the box for 60 seconds to clear any memory cache.
>
>Michael Gordon
>
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