#apache - Mon 26 Mar 2007 between 21:54 and 22:06

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chronosex: mailer.dev-mailer.chronos -> /var/web/dev-mailer/mailer
Davemanfajita, dinner?
fajitadinner is ready :)
Davemanhooray!
thumbschronos: change your documentroot
granny
fajitaGranny Weatherwax tells us the most important thing about magic is when _not_ to use it. The same is true of mod_rewrite.
chronosI used dynamic vhost, but, with ssl I have problems ...
thumbs: I need /var/web too
it is my problem
we talk latter, net to go now.
thx for all and to all :]
AlivesWrkthumbs: any advice from my pastebin?
chye-fhutthumbs : so that's the general rule for anything DocumentRoot, even if UserDir directive is disabled?
thumbsAlivesWrk: one sec
AlivesWrkok
thumbschye-fhut: hackign away to change the documentroot without using the directive is asking for trouble.
chye-fhut: it smells of improper vhost configurations, most of the time.
chye-fhutic
thanks
fajitaNo worries
thumbsAlivesWrk: ok let's see
<VirtualHost 64.22.71.30:80> - Don't do thatr
AlivesWrkwhy
i want to force it to that ip
thumbsbecause this is not how you configure name-based vhsots.
AlivesWrkok
thumbsoh hold on... you have two IPs?
AlivesWrkyeah
i want certain vhosts on 1 ip
and other vhosts on the other ip
curtI am running Debian Apache/2.2.3 .. I am looking for more information on X-Forwarded-For .. is there some native apache2 support or a custom module?
thumbsAlivesWrk: regardless, the DNS configuration will determine what IP is user.
s/user/used/
AlivesWrktrue
good point
fajitaWhere? On top of your head?
thumbsfaq1
fajitaThe value of a NameVirtualHost directive has to match the content of <VirtualHost> exactly. For example, NameVirtualHost *:80 must be used with <VirtualHost *:80>
AlivesWrkok lemme change it

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