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What is the best way to configure Apache or AWS to support a Rails multi tenancy application that allows each customer to have their own domain name?

I'm building a Rails 3 SaaS site that allows for multi-tenancy. When a customer signs up they put in their own domain name, e.g. mycompany.com. I need mycompany.com to point to my SaaS application and ...
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pdns-recursor allocates resources to non-existing queries

I've got a lab-server running pdns-recursor. I set it up to experiment with rate limiting, so it has been resolving requests openly from the whole internet for weeks. My idea was that sooner or later ...
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Nginx config rewriting subdomain name to 1st URI segment

I'm unable to do the following nginx.conf rewrite: test.mysite.info to: mysite.info/test here's what i've tried: server { server_name test.mysite.info; rewrite ^ ...
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Question on configuring network and DNS for development purposes

I have a question on how to configure a server for development purposes. this is the situation: There is a main server which connects all computer to Internet. We want to have another server for ...
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Setting up subdomain on one .com to point to the subdomain on another .com shows cPanel welcome [closed]

I have 2 domains on 2 different servers, using two different sets of nameservers. In the DNS settings for the first TLD, lets say foo.com, I have the @ pointing to server1 which is running a specialty ...