Re: htdig: Virtual Domains NOT being Indexed....


Shooters Web Master (webmaster@s0.shooters.com)
Wed, 17 Jun 1998 16:02:17 -0400 (EDT)


Yeah but....

In looking at the DNS response for flame.org, the www.flame.org is the
"only logical" domain at the address.

If you were to try and index any of the "other" domains on 204.152.184.79
I think you would find that, instead of digging those "other domains"
they would, in fact endup digging YOUR domain.

If an IP address is shared, by default, 1 domain WILL work. This is because
1 domain will be served by Apache for the IP address AND by the "domain name"
and all of the other domains are only served by domain name.

It's these "other's" that I can can't get htdig to request correctly.

>
> Shooters Web Master <webmaster@s0.shooters.com> writes:
>
> > But it has been brought to my attention that all of the "stacked IP domains"
> > (the term that we use for Domain Names that share an IP address, but contain
> > different content) endup being "ht:Dug" as the "IP address" (which IS NOT the
> > Apache Served content for each of the domains).
>
> "works for me"
>
> I index www.flame.org which has other servers pointing to it, served
> as real virtual hosts rather than seperate IP addresses.
>
> --Michael
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