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From "Glen Vickers" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Resolve issue
Date Sun, 13 May 2007 06:51:41 GMT
Hey Glen,

On May 12, 2007, at 9:39 PM, Glen Vickers wrote:

> Someone please tell me what I'm missing.  I need to get paid! lol

That's great, can we have some too? lol

> Heres my resolv.conf
> search
> search
> search
> nameserver
> nameserver (ISP name server)

Are these two in agreement over the zone data?  Do you have your own  
definitions for those domains in your own DNS, or does it just query  
the root servers for that like (I assume) your ISP's DNS would?

 From here:

[sctemme@graymalkin] sctemme $ dig a
;; ANSWER SECTION:        3582    IN      CNAME 3582   IN      A
[sctemme@graymalkin] sctemme $ dig a
;; ANSWER SECTION:         3600    IN      CNAME 3600    IN      A
<..> does not resolve.

>  Here's my hosts file
>       shaolin  
> localhost.localdomain localhost

What has precedence on your client machine?

Seems to work OK from here, if Sil Lum Utah is indeed a club of  
serious looking dudes in pajamas sporting hardware, and the other one  
has Tigger holding up an Under Construction sign.

Your Apache config looks good, although you didn't have to post the  
whole thing. The two VirtualHost declarations mean that all requests  
with a corresponding Host: header end up at the respective vhost, and  
requests that don't have a (matching) Host: header tend to land at  
the top one.

How the client got to your server is really between it and the DNS,  
or it and /etc/hosts if that has precedence. Apache has nothing to do  
with that, it just responds to whatever arrives on its doorstep,  
according to how the incoming requests express their destination  
(using the Host: header).


Sander Temme
PGP FP: 51B4 8727 466A 0BC3 69F4  B7B8 B2BE BC40 1529 24AF

Thanks for that.  I know that hosts has precedence for now.  And yes I have
the zone data up on my machine correctly.  The .net not resolving is a host
issue with the source I bought the domain at.  I'm not too worried about
that part yet.  So why is it that you guys get the proper content on the and everyone around here that I've tried through including
the proxy I've tried don't get the site?  I'm not sure why that is.

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