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From c...@apache.org
Subject Re: general/3063: Virutal host setup impossible with existing docs
Date Thu, 24 Sep 1998 22:11:49 GMT
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Synopsis: Virutal host setup impossible with existing docs

State-Changed-From-To: closed-feedback
State-Changed-By: coar
State-Changed-When: Thu Sep 24 15:11:49 PDT 1998

Well, let's get one thing clear: what you're doing is *not*
running a 'main' server and 'virtual' servers.  You're
running N completely separate server processes.  The term
'virtual' refers to having a single process able to handle
requests for multiple IP addresses or host names.  That's
not what you're doing.

Now.  When you issue the command that you say doesn't
work, do you get any display?  You say it was equivalent
to this (edited for width):

  # cd /usr/local/apache/apache_1.3.2
  # sbin/httpd -f virtuals/www.pathtech.org/httpd.conf

correct?  Since you're not including a '&' at the end,
it should tie up your session.  Does it?  Do you have to
hit CTRL/C in order to check for the daemon?

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