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I had this working, then my VM server crashed.
I’m running Ubuntu on Oracle VirtualBox. Now I’m trying to add some server aliases, but it’s not working.
In my ‘sites-enabled’ folder I have a file called
mysite.com. This has the following data:
<VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot /var/www/mysite/ ServerName mysite.com ServerAlias www.mysite.com, sub1.mysite.com, sub2.mysite.com <Directory /> Options FollowSymLinks AllowOverride All </Directory> <Directory /var/www/storelocator/> AllowOverride All Allow from all </Directory> </VirtualHost>
But I’m still not able to access the site using sub1.mysite.com. It only shows me the folders in www root folder.
What am I missing here?
Try removing your commas. I’ve always used spaces to delimit the hostnames (same goes for
/etc/hosts as well)
Your definitions seem totally correct to me. However this rather sounds like a DNS issue. Depending on your host, try refresh you DNS cache (depending on your OS) and check if sub1.mysite.com matches the IP of your VM.
Can you remove replace the ServerAlias line entry as given below, restart Apache and then try ?
ServerAlias www.mysite.com sub1.mysite.com sub2.mysite.com sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart