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From Pid...@pidster.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] (again) Can not define "default" name virtual host
Date Mon, 26 Jun 2006 15:45:13 GMT
It maps there because it's the first in the list.
If you want a VH to operate under the IP only, put it first.

Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>> On 6/26/06, Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uhlar@fantomas.sk> wrote:
>>> this is my current configuration of apache (debian: 1.3.33-6sarge1):
>>>
>>> NameVirtualHost 195.168.3.66:80
>>>
>>> <VirtualHost 195.168.3.66:80>
>>> ServerName default.fantomas.sk
>>> DocumentRoot /home/webs/default.fantomas.sk
>>> </VirtualHost>
>>>
>>> <VirtualHost 195.168.3.66:80>
>>> ServerName fantomas.fantomas.sk
>>> DocumentRoot /home/webs/fantomas.fantomas.sk
>>> </VirtualHost>
>>>
>>> <VirtualHost 195.168.3.66:80>
>>> ServerName 195.168.3.66
>>> DocumentRoot /home/webs/195.168.3.66
>>> </VirtualHost>
>>>
>>> However, with this configuration I was not able to reach virtual host
>>> 195.168.3.66. It seems that apache accepts name defined in
>>> <VirtualHost [NAME]> as one of hames for name virtual host -
>>> when I switched to <VirtualHost fantomas.fantomas.sk>, I couldn't reach
>>> virtual host for fantomas.fantomas.sk.
>>>
>>> I can not simply use <VirtualHost *> because of different virtual servers
>>> running at different IP addresses. Also, at other sites I'm configuring
>>> apache from databases that contain server-IP pairs, configuring given 
>>> server
>>> at given IP, and exporting this configuration to DNS.
>>>
>>> Can anyone confirm this behaviour? Can anyone explain to my, why was
>>> name-based virtual hosting made this way?
> 
> On 26.06.06 09:49, Joshua Slive wrote:
>> I'm fairly sure you are incorrect in your interpretation, although
>> there is no way I'm going to load up a 1.3 server to test with.
>>
>> To see what is really going on, add %{Host}o and %v to your LogFormat
>> to see what apache is seeing and how it is interpreting it.
> 
> I think you've meant %{Host}i, but I added both:
> 
> LogFormat "%{%s}t %v %V %{Host}o %{Host}i %a %h %>s %b %T %u \"%U\" \"%{Referer}i\"
\"%{User-Agent}i\"" testing
> 
> 1151335141 default.fantomas.sk default.fantomas.sk - default.fantomas.sk 195.168.3.66
fantomas.fantomas.sk 200 20 4 - "/" "-" "-"
> 1151335149 default.fantomas.sk 195.168.3.66 - 195.168.3.66 195.168.3.66 fantomas.fantomas.sk
200 20 4 - "/" "-" "-"
> 1151335157 fantomas.fantomas.sk fantomas.fantomas.sk - fantomas.fantomas.sk 195.168.3.66
fantomas.fantomas.sk 200 21 5 - "/" "-" "-"
> 
> so, with the above configuration, requesting of 195.168.3.66 maps to
> "default.fantomas.sk" virtual host...
> 

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