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May
16
comment How to process incoming email sent to a catchall address (and a few valid email addresses)
Hi, sorry, I had no idea. I thought my question was different from the one he responded on, but I'll check with him if he has any thoughts on this one.
Jan
20
comment mod_rewrite redirects to www.example.com// when trying to access example.com
Thanks casper!!
Jan
20
comment mod_rewrite redirects to www.example.com// when trying to access example.com
Umm - that's because I'm a new user and making more than two links like asdf.com isnt allowed
Jan
2
comment How to add second domain to named.conf?
Not sure I understand the negative vote there, but thanks Chris, Shane, fbh for your insight into domain2.com.zone being messed up - that helped me diagnose the actual issue.
Jan
2
comment How to add second domain to named.conf?
Hi Chris - are you saying that the second one should have worked? I'm testing via the browser where I use OpenDNS, but am also getting it to refresh its cache. That is showing SERVFAIL. And yes, the IP addresses are anonymized. When restarting named service it shows (see Edit1)
Dec
31
comment Unable to get mod_rewrite to stop processing
Sorry about that - you're absolutely right that that is a 'missing part' of the puzzle. We apparently have an application running Tomcat on our server that is listening / serving on that port and ip.
Dec
30
comment Unable to get mod_rewrite to stop processing
Hmm - now I'm back to the issue that accessing dbaccess.example.com shows me mgr.example.com
Dec
30
comment Unable to get mod_rewrite to stop processing
I tried that - it gave a warning: [Fri Dec 30 03:44:52 2011] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:80 has no VirtualHosts
Dec
29
comment Rewriting subdomain.domain.com when other 'subdomains' exist
Hi - can you have a look at serverfault.com/questions/344984/… as well?
Dec
29
comment Unable to get mod_rewrite to stop processing
Hi Shane - I think it just goes to the default port 80 page. If I access 12.34.56.79 (the IP address), it goes to that mgr page itself.
Dec
29
comment Unable to get mod_rewrite to stop processing
Hi Tim - the machine does have two ip addresses (its a hosted server). nslookup dbaccess.example.com shows: Server: resolver1.opendns.com Address: 208.67.222.222 Non-authoritative answer: Name: dbaccess.example.com Address: 12.34.56.79
Dec
28
comment Rewriting subdomain.domain.com when other 'subdomains' exist
Hmm - thanks for responding... I'm trying the original and OpenDNS is redirecting me to its own page. The domain is registered at one place and the hosting is at the other. Do I need to add any DNS entries?
Dec
28
comment Rewriting subdomain.domain.com when other 'subdomains' exist
Hi. If I want specifically for it to react on science.example.com - how do I do that?
Dec
22
comment How does pointing a CNAME on my domain to a service-provider's server enable them to offer customized services?
Ahh [slaps hand on forehead] - that makes sense!
Dec
22
comment How does pointing a CNAME on my domain to a service-provider's server enable them to offer customized services?
Any idea of what I would have to do to 'pass' that host header parameter to my script?
Dec
21
comment How does pointing a CNAME on my domain to a service-provider's server enable them to offer customized services?
Very interesting - so if I wanted to setup something like this, I'll need to specify something mapping this host name as a parameter to my script (in my httpd.conf)
Nov
26
comment Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
@Janne - I've setup the module correctly (the pagespeed.conf file got installed properly), but there is no change / improvement of the website. I'm reading through the instructions on code.google.com/speed/page-speed/docs/install.html) to see if there is anything more I have to do, but those indicate that I am done! Any insights?
Nov
24
comment Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
(embarrassed) I didnt do that! I thought it would pick it up from some standard source... I did that and now it says (see edit 1) - does that look fine?
Jun
15
comment Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
@lunixbochs - many thanks!
Jun
15
comment Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
(sorry to bother you!)