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From Felix Rubio Dalmau <felixrubiodal...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] VirtualHost configuration not working?
Date Tue, 29 Sep 2015 18:07:18 GMT
Hi Marat, httpd-users :)

	I have updated the configuration of my apache. Following these lines there is the updated
version. The behavior now is:

	a) If I type in the url box the non-ssl address of site1 IN FIREFOX, It gets transformed
into the ssl address of site0, and its content is loaded. No entries in error log, neither
in site1 or site0 logs.
	b) If I type in the url box the non-ssl addres of site1 IN KONQUEROR, the index.html file
for site1 is loaded (without any styles) and an entry in error.log in apache is created, pointing
to a file that can not be accessed... Because although it belongs to site1, it is being searched
for in /srv/site0/... !!!!!!

	This is becoming more and more strange on a per-second basis :S
	
	Thank you!

ports.conf:
  Listen 80
  Listen 443

000-default sites (same .conf) (a catch-all for everything not falling in any other site's
specs).
  <VirtualHost *:80>      --> Not SSL-enabled
  ....
  </VirtualHost>
  <VirtualHost *:443>      --> SSL-enabled
  ....
  </VirtualHost>

Site external and internal (same .conf): 
  <VirtualHost 192.168.1.2:443>  --> SSL-enabled
  ServerName site0.example.org
  ....
  </VirtualHost>
  <VirtualHost 10.8.0.1:80>      --> Not SSL-enabled
  ServerName site0.example.org
  ....
  </VirtualHost>
 
site only internal (same .conf): 
  <VirtualHost 10.8.0.1:80>      --> Not SSL-enabled
  ServerName site1.example.org
  ....
  </VirtualHost>
 
site internal, external, and local (same .conf): 
  <VirtualHost 10.8.0.1:80 127.0.0.1:80>      --> Not SSL-enabled
  ServerName site2.example.org
  ....
  </VirtualHost>
  <VirtualHost 10.8.0.1:443 192.168.1.2:443>   --> SSL-enabled
  ServerName site2.example.org
  ....
  </VirtualHost>

On Tuesday 29 September 2015 16:12:23 Marat Khalili wrote:
> This is very strange. Even when Apache cannot determine request host 
> name, it loads the first defined virtual host, not the last one. I 
> wonder, in your case, what will it load if you disable last two virtual 
> host records?
> 
> (BTW, it's usually either Listen 80, or Listen specific-ip:80, but I 
> don't think it causes your issue.)
> 


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