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We've had some issues with our virtual servers today and apache started returning requests with content from other requests. Needless to say this is bad when you're running e-commerce!

Example: When you requested Site A, you get the HTML for Site A, but you could get html or images from Site B or Site C in some of places where there are image links

Has anyone seen anything like this? After a restart of apache everything is back to normal.

Running Apache 2.4 on Windows 2008 on Hyper-V. Apache is being used as a proxy btw

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It would be helpful if you posted relevant apache confs, in this case vhost + proxy conf. –  KM. Aug 23 '12 at 16:15
    
If Apache is being used as a proxy, you may want to look at the logs for the back-end to see what information Apache is handing on. That data may guide what vhost the back-end decides is responsible for the requests coming through Apache. –  pjmorse Sep 18 '12 at 13:34
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