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Re: a couple questions about virtual hosts in Apache



Hi Tim,

No it doesn't look like a 404 error.  Here is what it says.
Network Error

block quote
Network Error (tcp_error)

A communication error occurred: ""
The Web Server may be down, too busy, or experiencing other problems preventing it from responding to requests. You may wish to try again at a later time.

For assistance, contact your network support team.
block quote end

----- Original Message ----- From: "Tim" <ignored_mailbox yahoo com au>
To: "For users of Fedora" <fedora-list redhat com>
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2007 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: a couple questions about virtual hosts in Apache


On Fri, 2007-08-10 at 11:45 -0500, Scott wrote:
I still seem to have the same problem where index.php is not coming up
properly.  by this I mean I cannot see it at all.

A 404 error?

Here is what my virtual host looks like for this.
NameVirtualHost *:80

<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerName pilotalk.com

Servername for what you want the address to be.

e.g. ServerName www.pilotalk.com

ServerAlias pilotalk.com

ServerAlias alternatives that will be accepted, even if you rewrite them
(as your rewrite rule did below).

If you only had one name, and no aliases, you'd remove the ServerAlias
directive.

UseCanonicalName On
ServerAdmin webmaster pilotalk com
DocumentRoot /var/www/PilotalkBraillesoft.com

File paths and names are case-sensitive on Linux, be sure that you've
typed them correctly.

DirectoryIndex index.php
ErrorLog logs/PilotalkBraillesoft.com-error_log
CustomLog logs/PilotalkBraillesoft.com-access_log common
RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^PILOTALK\COM$ [NC]

There'd be a backslash followed by a dot before com, you've got no dot.
The backslash is to escape the dot, so the match is for a dot being
there.  Otherwise, the dot typed into the line would be part of a
wildcard.  As it stands, that rewrite match wouldn't get applied.

RewriteRule (.*)$ http://www.pilotalk.com/$1 [R=301,L]
</VirtualHost>

As Alan said, check your logs.  You've set up two, above, for this
virtual host, check both your access and error logs.  Also, check the
main logs for the rest of the server (i.e. if this virtual host didn't
accept the request, the default might have, and they'll be logged
there).  Both will be inside:  /var/log/httpd/

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