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Hey I have red hat 9, and I want to host two sites on one machine. I want both sites to be independent. One is stlukesserviceleague.org and the other is arizonahealthquotes.com. I do not want to set up the machine so that one is virtual (i.e. something like stlukesserviceleague.arizonahealthquotes.com or something like that.) I want to set it up to where one is totally independent of the other, but on the same computer. How would i go about doing this with apache? Thanx guys, you rock!
You can also edit your httpd.conf file directly. The httpd.conf file lives in (RH) /etc/httpd/conf then use your favorite editor (vi, pico, joe...etc) and find the section named VirtualHost here is what your entries should look like:
That will work fine if you only want to let people access the actual web site through www.mysite.com. However, if you want to allow other services to be accessed via www.mysite.com, you will need to use a CNAME record in the DNS server instead. For the purposes discussed here, though, ServerAlias will work as desired.