|DJTrey||i already have dyndns(copeland.homelinux.com) pointing to my p4 server at home. i just received a poweredge 4600 and in the process of installing fc6 on it. I have a domain registered with godaddy and want the new 4600 to be the server for that domain. i only have 1 static ip address. is this possible? will I have to setup dns with bind?|
|Woosta||not possible to point the one IP at two end points.|
DNS is just a way to look up an IP address ..
|DJTrey||so what would be the easiest way to complete this task|
|Woosta||DJTrey: get a second IP address|
|DJTrey||or either cut out the dyndns service?|
no, that doesn't matter
|jpeg||have both sites run on the 4600. that's probably easiest.|
|Woosta||But it will just point to the same IP ddress|
http can do domain name mapping (via http/1.1
|jpeg||if you have to have two servers in the internal lan, have one rev proxy the other.|
|Woosta||but nothing else does|
|jpeg||so the router points to one internally, the first server decides who the request is for, and reverse proxies requests to the homelinux.com p4.|
|hobbs||but again, only for HTTP or other protocols smart enough to include a hostname in the request rather than just an address :)|
|jpeg||it isn't. http://www.apachetutor.org/admin/reverseproxies|
|hobbs||(and for which reverse proxies have been written)|
|jpeg||on a personal note, I strongly caution against collecting computers. that path leads to ruin.|
|jmd||SvNOK (x) doesn't seem to work.|
It returns true when x contains the value "xyz"
So does SvNOKp
and SvIOK never returns true even when it should.
the private versions (mis)behave similarly.
|action||CPAN upload: IO-All-0.38 (++++ ) by INGY|
|CPAN||upload: IO-All-0.38 (++++ ) by INGY|
|jpeg||I thought ingy died last year.|
I guess ingy is not the perl/Tk guy.
|Khisanth||not at all|
|lizc||that's nick ing-simmons|
|jmd||Why am I getting an error: Argument "xx" isn't numeric in subroutine entry ...|
I know it isn't numeric
it shouldn't be.
|buu||Stop treating it as a number|
|tanq||are you doing some comparison?|