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comment Server can only make outbound connections
did this problem crop up after a server reboot? if so it very well could be an issue with the firewall if you stopped the service which was started upon the server rebooting.
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comment Apache VirtualHost - Make subdomain go to same place
Your entry in your host file should appear as: 127.0.0.1 network.local *.network.local
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comment Cl 6 vs Cl 9 In a Poweredge r710
As for timing you likely will not feel the difference. The size increase will be the big win in this case if you are good with the change described above.
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comment Cl 6 vs Cl 9 In a Poweredge r710
After reading into this a bit more I found that you are going to have to switch your type from "Advanced ECC mode" to "otpimized" mode in order to use the third memory channel properly. See this document: dell.com/downloads/global/products/pedge/en/…
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comment Apache VirtualHost - Make subdomain go to same place
It should be with the wildcard in your example 127.0.0.1 *.network.local
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comment Apache VirtualHost - Make subdomain go to same place
If this server is in a domain then you need to set the DNS entry at the domain level. If not you just need to input the wildcard entry in the local host file of the machine you use to access this server.
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comment Apache VirtualHost - Make subdomain go to same place
It depends on which level you want to set the DNS at. You can add this in your local host, at the domain level or at your provider for public DNS.
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comment Apache VirtualHost - Make subdomain go to same place
That configuration is correct it sounds likely you are still having issues with DNS though. The reason the two domains work that you described above is because they are in the local host file. You have to setup your DNS to point the wildcard domain to the webserver's IP in order for your configuration to work
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comment Apache VirtualHost - Make subdomain go to same place
You will need to add this bit to the config: ServerAlias *.ape.stream.local which will allow apache to listen for any subdomain.
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comment Apache VirtualHost - Make subdomain go to same place
At which level are you having issues getting the configuration to work? The DNS level or the Apache level?
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answered Apache VirtualHost - Make subdomain go to same place
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answered Redirect domain to virtual server with correct URL in browser