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famous "no website configured..." message

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by arsen.gushin, Jun 21, 2006.

  1. arsen.gushin

    arsen.gushin Registered

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    hello.

    i have dedicated server with cPanel installed on it. Server has many IPs and many domains are hosted there. After some settings change (i don't really know what exaclty was the reason, i worked with statistics settings) all sites hosted on some class C subnet (let's say it will be 123.123.123.x) are host accessible - i'm getting "no website ..." message.
    If I change ip for some site from this subnet to another ip from another C class subnet all works fine.
    I've done the following:
    - i've checked VirtualHost directives in httpd.conf - they are OK.
    - i've restarted cpanel many times (/etc/init.d/cpanel restart)
    - i've checked DNS - all OK
    - i've tried to revert changed statistics settings back to it's old values - this didn't resolve the problem.

    i don't know what to do next. please, help :(
     
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    webignition Well-Known Member

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    If the VirtualHost settings are fine, then it should be the case that HTTP requests for the given domain on the given IP should be directed to the specified document root.

    Might is merely be the case that the DNS changes have yet to propagate? Check the A record for the domain and check that when pinging www.example.com you get the correct IP.

    It may just be the case that, if DNS changes have yet to propagate, www.example.com still resolves to the wrong IP.
     
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    my site's address resolving to correct ip. besides, i getting this cpanel message even when i'm attemping to access site via it's ip. so, i think that dns is not the reason.
     
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    ...and i can access cpanel on my sites which are showing this error to me. so it's definitely not dns related problem.
     
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    NameVirtualHost Ip:80


    Hello,

    Did you set the "NameVirtualHost Ip:80" before the virtual host section?. If not set it now and restart the apache. I hope it will help you to solve the issue.

    Eg:

    ------------------------------------------------------------------
    NameVirtualHost Ip:80

    <VirtualHost Ip>
    ServerAlias www.domainname domainname
    ------------------------------------------------------------------
     
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    I set NameVirtualHost directive up (it was missing) but this didn't solved my problem :(
    i still cannot access my site via it's name and it's ip..

    any other ideas?
     
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