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Great Success for each domain

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cygus, Jul 22, 2007.

  1. cygus

    cygus Active Member

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    hi,

    I have problem with sites. For each domain I have always Great Success site.
    ip in httpd.conf is ok, all account are active

    when I put mydomain.com/index.htm I have 404 error, but in log is very interesting text:

    [error] [client x.x.x.x] File does not exist: /usr/local/apache/htdocs/index.htm

    why /usr/local/apache and no /home/mydomaincom/public_tml?

    In threads in this forum I didn't found solution.

    Please help me
     
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  2. nyjimbo

    nyjimbo Well-Known Member

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    I assume the "mydomain.com/index.htm" is the main servers domain name and not one of the accounts domain names?. Normally if apache bitches about not finding the file in the htdocs folder its because you are looking at the servers domain name.

    You need to be sure of which domains you are looking at , that is the servers domain or the individual account domains AND which ip addresses are assigned to them.

    You might be mixing things up and setting the account domains to the main server ip or something else where your server ip and shared ip is mixed up or both are the same.
     
  3. cygus

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    ok thx, but all is ok now
    why ? I don't know ...
    I'm waiting about 3-4h only.
    When I create new account all is ok.
     
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    Ok, you probably made ip address changes and were caching old dns info for a while.
     
  5. cygus

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    I don't know why but is ok :)
    This is the most important.

    thx for help :)
     
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