|thumbs||and the error log says: /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/server-status|
|thumbs||that would indicate that it's working on the wrong vhost|
|fajita||The value of a NameVirtualHost directive has to match the content of <VirtualHost> exactly. For example, NameVirtualHost *:80 must be used with <VirtualHost *:80>|
|majikman||hmm.... it is though|
|thumbs||ok, let's try the main vhost.|
check the access log when you visit: http://wind.peachymedia.com/
make sure it accesses the right path.
you might as well check all your vhosts.
|majikman||sorry, i just realized i made a mistake. in the error log, that was for when i requested server-status. but when i request pmi-status, nothing gets logged in the error_log|
as for wind.peachymedia.com, it seems to be going where it should
|thumbs||did you restart apache?|
|majikman||i haven't made any changes to my conf files yet though|
|thumbs||you moved the location.|
at least you assured me you did
|majikman||you mean the thing with faq1|
|thumbs||moving the location within the vhost.|
|majikman||that thing, i ddi restart it|
|thumbs||you wouldn't happen to have Options MultiViews enabled, would you?|
is there something that can imply MultiViews?
the last possibility is that you would either require a directory that matches the location, OR make an alias.
|majikman||do you have any linkage on hwo to require a directory that matches the location?|
i thought about trying to do an alias, but what would i alias to?
|thumbs||match the location.|
|majikman||oh, you mean use <Directory> </Directory?|
|thumbs||alternately, make a physical directory on the file system that matches the location.|
|fajita||alias is http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_alias.html#alias|
|majikman||so... alias /pmi-status ?|
|fajita||um. is Fit normal for there to be more than one httpd running at the same time|