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From POLONKAI Gergely <pol...@w00d5t0ck.info>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] NameVirtualHost screw-up
Date Tue, 12 Dec 2006 11:21:46 GMT
Sorry, you are right. I ran through the other questions. However, after
giving a name to the default namevhost, (ServerName dummy, as you
suggested), it started to work.

Thank you for the responses!

Regards,
Gergely POLONKAI

Boyle Owen írta:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: POLONKAI Gergely [mailto:polesz@w00d5t0ck.info] 
>> Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2006 11:17 AM
>> To: users@httpd.apache.org
>> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] NameVirtualHost screw-up
>>
>> No, the files are included at the very end of the 
>> apache2.conf file. This is the debian default.
>>     
>
> There were three points raised in the last response. You addressed only one.
>
> What are the other answers?
>
> Rgds,
> Owen Boyle
> Disclaimer: Any disclaimer attached to this message may be ignored. 
>
> PS - I would find it helpful if you interleaved your responses with the questions rather
than top-posting.
>
>   
>> Boyle Owen írta: 
>>
>> 	 
>> 	
>> 	  
>>
>> 		-----Original Message-----
>> 		From: POLONKAI Gergely [mailto:polesz@w00d5t0ck.info] 
>> 		Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2006 10:51 AM
>> 		To: users@httpd.apache.org
>> 		Subject: Re: [users@httpd] NameVirtualHost screw-up
>> 		
>> 		It is a debian sarge, with apache 2.0.54-sarge1 
>> installed 
>> 		from a package.
>> 		
>> 		These are from apache2.conf and ports.conf
>> 		
>> 		
>> 		UseCanonicalNames Off
>> 		Listen 80
>> 		NameVirtualHost 192.168.1.1:80
>> 		
>> 		This is my 000-default file:
>> 		
>> 		
>> 		<VirtualHost 192.168.1.1:80>
>> 		        ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost
>> 		
>> 		        DocumentRoot /var/www/
>> 		        <Directory />
>> 		                Options FollowSymLinks
>> 		                AllowOverride None
>> 		        </Directory>
>> 		        <Directory /var/www/>
>> 		                Options FollowSymLinks MultiViews
>> 		                AllowOverride All
>> 		                Order allow,deny
>> 		                allow from all
>> 		        </Directory>
>> 		
>> 		        ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/error.log
>> 		
>> 		        LogLevel warn
>> 		
>> 		        CustomLog /var/log/apache2/access.log combined
>> 		        ServerSignature On
>> 		
>> 		</VirtualHost>
>> 		    
>>
>> 	
>> 	There is no ServerName directive in this VH - I know 
>> you want it to be the default, but I think you still need a 
>> ServerName. I'm not sure this is the problem, but you can at 
>> least try;
>> 	
>> 	ServerName dummy
>> 	
>> 	
>> 	  
>>
>> 		The www.test.wx file:
>> 		    
>>
>> 	
>> 	File? Are not all these directives in the *same* file, 
>> ie httpd.conf?
>> 	
>> 	If they are included from somewhere, where is the 
>> Include directive?
>> 	
>> 	I hope you don't have them in a .htaccess file - they 
>> can't go there!
>> 	
>> 	Rgds,
>> 	Owen Boyle
>> 	Disclaimer: Any disclaimer attached to this message may 
>> be ignored. 
>> 	
>> 	  
>>
>> 		
>> 		<VirtualHost 192.168.1.1:80>
>> 		        ServerAdmin polesz@w00d5t0ck.info
>> 		        DocumentRoot /var/www/test.wx/www
>> 		        ServerName www.test.wx
>> 		        ServerAlias test.wx
>> 		        ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/www.test.wx.error.log
>> 		        CustomLog 
>> /var/log/apache2/www.test.wx.access.log combined
>> 		        ServerSignature Off
>> 		        SSLEngine off
>> 		        SetEnv AWSTATS_FORCE_CONFIG www.test.wx
>> 		</VirtualHost>
>> 		
>> 		And the erp.test.wx file:
>> 		
>> 		
>> 		<VirtualHost 192.168.1.1:80>
>> 		        ServerAdmin polesz@w00d5t0ck.info
>> 		        DocumentRoot /var/www/test.wx/erp
>> 		        ServerName erp.test.wx
>> 		        ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/erp.test.wx.error.log
>> 		        CustomLog 
>> /var/log/apache2/erp.test.wx.access.log combined
>> 		        ServerSignature Off
>> 		        SSLEngine off
>> 		</VirtualHost>
>> 		
>> 		I hope this information is enough.
>> 		
>> 		Regards,
>> 		Gergely POLONKAI
>> 		
>> 		Boyle Owen írta: 
>> 		
>> 				-----Original Message-----
>> 				From: POLONKAI Gergely 
>> [mailto:polesz@w00d5t0ck.info] 
>> 				Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 
>> 2006 10:14 AM
>> 				To: users@httpd.apache.org
>> 				Subject: [users@httpd] 
>> NameVirtualHost screw-up
>> 				
>> 				Hello list,
>> 				
>> 				I have some NameVirtualHosts 
>> set up on my 
>> 		machine, as told by 
>> 				apache2 -S:
>> 				
>> 				192.168.1.1:80       is a 
>> NameVirtualHost
>> 				         default server test.wx 
>> 				
>> (/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default:1)
>> 				         port 80 namevhost test.wx
>> 				
>> (/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default:1)
>> 				         port 80 namevhost www.test.wx
>> 				
>> (/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/www.test.wx:1)
>> 				         port 80 namevhost erp.test.wx
>> 				
>> (/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/erp.test.wx:1)
>> 				
>> 				However, the file www.test.wx 
>> file contains 
>> 		these two lines:
>> 				ServerName www.test.wx
>> 				ServerAlias test.wx
>> 				
>> 				The reverse address for 
>> 192.168.1.1 is test.wx, 
>> 		and all the 
>> 				domains (test.wx, www.test.wx 
>> and erp.test.wx) 
>> 		resolve to 192.168.1.1.
>> 				
>> 				In 000-default, the 
>> DocumentRoot is /var/www In 
>> 		www.test.wx 
>> 				the DocumentRoot is 
>> /var/www/test.wx/www In 
>> 		erp.test.wx the 
>> 				DocumentRoot is /var/www/test.wx/erp
>> 				
>> 				Now if I set up a client 
>> machine to use the 
>> 		internal DNS 
>> 				servers, and then I enter the 
>> test.wx address 
>> 		in my browser, 
>> 				it will give me the contents of 
>> the /var/www instead of 
>> 				/var/www/test.wx/www
>> 				    
>> 		
>> 			
>> 			If everything was set up the way you 
>> have described 
>> 		then it would work.
>> 			Since it doesn't, you can't have.
>> 			
>> 			Please post the actual config snippets 
>> that define your 
>> 		virtual hosting,
>> 			rather than just your description of 
>> what you think you did.
>> 			
>> 			Rgds,
>> 			Owen Boyle
>> 			Disclaimer: Any disclaimer attached to 
>> this message may 
>> 		be ignored. 
>> 			
>> 			
>> 			
>> 			  
>> 		
>> 				Can anyone tell me what can 
>> cause this? I see 
>> 		that from the output of
>> 				apache2 -S that from apache's 
>> side it's normal, 
>> 		but why does 
>> 				it drops my definition of the 
>> ServerAlias?
>> 				
>> 				Regards,
>> 				
>> 				Gergely POLONKAI
>> 				
>> 				
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