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I spend my professional time working with Linux server technologies.

I previously obtained an RHCE, and studied Computing and Statistics for an undergraduate degree.
Currently working through a Medicinal Chemistry MSc with the Open University.

Have made some minor contributions to some open-source projects on github; https://github.com/tolland

and maintain a terrible ranty, unresearched speculation blog on blogspot.co.uk; http://take-your-vitamins.blogspot.com/

None of this is fit for human consumption.


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comment One hostname and two servers in different countries
Yes, as long as the user is not totally blocked from the US site, the US site only has to serve back a small amount of data-just the enough for the "Location: http://www.secondsite.vi"; header which is usually only 200-300 bytes. The remainder of the request goes correctly to the fast local server, because all the content of the index.html file correctly points to http://www.secondsite.vi/whatever.jgp
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Can you post your Vagrantfile and some lines of context from /var/chef/cache/chef-stacktrace.out which show where the error happens (line nos), and explain how you are passing the roles to the server instance of chef-solo?
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