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From Glenn Sieb <rainbear+li...@wingfoot.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] .US extension giving me problems
Date Tue, 11 Jan 2005 03:29:09 GMT
Leif W said the following on 1/10/2005 10:20 PM:

>> dropbox@teamraf.com; 2005 January 10 Monday 15:02
>>
>>> On Mon, 10 Jan 2005, Joshua Slive wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 11:38:50 -0600 (CST), dropbox@teamraf.com
>>>> <dropbox@teamraf.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hello,
>>>>
>>>>  I've got a .US extension I'm trying to get up on my 1.3 server. 
>>>> When I
>>>> call up the www.domain.us directory I get the index (if I turn on the
>>>> indexes) but not the web page.  If I modify the ServerName 
>>>> directive in
>>>> the virtual host to a .com address from another domain I have it works
>>>> just fine.  Has anyone else seen this or know how to fix it?  I'm 
>>>> thinking
>>>> at this point it may be a bug in Apache?
>>>
>>>
>>> It is highly unlikely that this has anything to do with the particular
>>> "us" domain.  More likely you have some other error in your vhost
>>> configuration that is causing that domain to be mapped to the wrong
>>> vhost or something similar.
>>>
>>> Joshua.
>>
>
>>
>> That's what I thought as well, but when I changed the ServerName to the
>> .com address it worked perfectly.  Here's a copy of the virtual host
>> entry.  Keep in mind I've got about 14 virtual hosts running on this
>> server with the exact same entry with different ServerNames and Document
>> roots.  Again, if I change the ServerName to a .com address, the page is
>> served successfully.
>>
>> <VirtualHost 206.101.16.121>
>>        DocumentRoot /www/proof.us
>>        ServerName www.proof.us
>>        DirectoryIndex index.html index.htm
>>        Options -Indexes FollowSymLinks Includes
>>        ServerAdmin dma2001@hotmail.com
>>        ServerSignature email
>>        ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/proof_error_log
>> </VirtualHost>
>
>
> What, if anything, is reported in the access and error logs, with the 
> .us ServerName and with a .com ServerName?  Where is the access log 
> for this vhost?  Does it work if you change the DocumentRoot to a .com 
> and keep ServerName to .us?  Did you try to change Options to 
> FollowSymLinks and Includes, and remove the -Indexes?  Options lines 
> with no + or - will clobber if not prefixed with anything.  It might 
> help to rule out any Options merging or inheriting issues.

A stupid point.. but are the files readable by the www server? Just 
curious..

Best,
--G.

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