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I use xampp on windows 7 64, to test locally my php web application
I use virtual hosts to have access to my code from different domain names.
Now, I created a new version of the code and want to access both versions using different domain names.
I added a new virtual host newversion.mysite.local to httpd-vhosts.conf and directed it to the directory of the new version.
Also updated the windows hosts file with the line 127.0.0.4 newversion.mysite.local
A strange thing happens: when browsing to newversion.mysite.local I’m being taken to the old version, which is located at a different location.
How the hell this happens?
Please help me with ideas
Just a wild guess but Apache answers using the first vhost entry it finds. I’d double check that you vhost entries actually use the different hostnames.
As pst said, I bet it’s serving the first virtual host configuration. Did you test your configuration with
apachectl -S ? This will output what virtual hosts are being loaded. My money’s on a misconfigured NameVirtualHost.
Verify you have
in your httpd.conf before the virtual host configurations.