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comment Recover from skill -STOP -u root
Call the datacenter support, probably?
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comment How the heck is http://to./ a valid domain name?
Chris: IIS doesn't like serving something good when it sees Host: serverfault.com.. I cannot find anything in the HTTP specification that limits Host header value from containing . at the end. I guess it's a bug in IIS; it does not conform to the specification.
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comment How the heck is http://to./ a valid domain name?
Chris: Yes, it's perfectly possible.
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comment How the heck is http://to./ a valid domain name?
telnet to. 80 works fine for me. Some proxy server might have messed that up for you.
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comment How the heck is http://to./ a valid domain name?
sleske: It's a country. Countries do have TLDs.
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