Re: [users@httpd] virtual host
On 9/28/18 5:21 AM, Sander Smeenk wrote:
> Quoting Carmel NY (carmel_ny@xxxxxxxxxxx):
>> This is my first attempt to set up a virtual host with apache24 on a
>> FreeBSD 11.2 machine, and it is not working out so well.
> Please elaborate on the 'not working out so well' bit.
>> Assuming a site name of example.net, I tried to configure a simple vhost.
>> <VirtualHost *:80>
>> ServerAdmin webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> DocumentRoot "/usr/local/www/testdir"
>> ServerName stem.example.net:80
> The port addition here is not needed and might interfere with your
>> ServerAlias www.stem.example.net
>> ErrorLog "/var/log/stem.error.log"
>> CustomLog "/var/log/stem.access.log" common
>> AcceptPathInfo On
>> <Directory "/usr/local/www/testdir/">
>> AllowOverride all
>> Order Allow,Deny
>> Allow from all
>> # For Apache 2.4 add:
>> Require all granted
> Remove the 'Order' and 'Allow' lines if you're running Apache 2.4
> Leave the 'Require all granted' line in that case.
> Otherwise this vhost config looks just dandy!
>> apachectl -S
>> VirtualHost configuration:
>> *:80 stem.example.net (/usr/local/etc/apache24/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf:24)
>> *:443 example.net (/usr/local/etc/apache24/extra/httpd-ssl.conf:121)
> It shows up here on port 80 too!
>> Obviously, I am dong something wrong, but I have no idea what.
> Please tell us what is not working for you!
I think it is not reading from his specified directories which are
Sounds like hist apachectl is not reading the config file.
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