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From Callum Scott <scott.cal...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Wildcard and Specific Vhosts
Date Tue, 19 Apr 2011 11:38:36 GMT
Hi All,

I am trying to get the following to work.  www.domain.co.uk domain.com to go
to /home/somedir1 and then *.domain.com to go to /home/somedir2 however this
doesn't appear to be working as expceted.  To difirenciate I have the two
vhosts pointing to seperate logfiles and it appears that if I try to go to
say cheese.domain.com I am being directed to /home/somedir1 as opposed to
/home/somedir2.  My vhost.conf file is below, any pointers would pe
appreciated.  Is it that I actually need to use a seperate ip address for
the wildcard domain?


NameVirtualHost <ip.add.re.ss>:80

<VirtualHost<ip.add.re.ss>:80>
        ServerName www.domain.co.uk
        ServerAlias subdomain.domain.co.uk domain.co.uk
        ServerAdmin admin@address
        DocumentRoot /home/somedir1
        CustomLog /home/logs/domain.co.uk/access_log combined
        ErrorLog  /home/logs/domain.co.uk/error_log
</VirtualHost>

<VirtualHost<ip.add.re.ss>:80>
        ServerName *.domain.co.uk
        ServerAdmin admin@address
        DocumentRoot /home/somedir2
        CustomLog /home/logs/domain.co.uk/wild_access_log combined
        ErrorLog  /home/logs/domain.co.uk/wild_error_log
</VirtualHost>

By my reckoning this should work fine.  I haven't seen anything that
suggests that this is not possible.

Thanks in advance.
-- 
Callum

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