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Old 03-11-2003, 12:08 AM   #1
Apocalypse
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Apache 2.0.40 Doesn't Like Me!


I am having some rather unusal problems with Apache 2.0.40. I am currently using the version of apache and configuration that comes with RedHat Linux 8, and it works fine for the normal website. But, when I try to use it on a virtual host, the transfer rate plummets to 5Kbps over my 100Mbps LAN. Why me?

Has anybody ever experienced a similar problem, or is it a bug with my version of Apache.

Here are two URLs that are the exact same files, except the latter is a virtual host, see for yourself.

http://zoplionah.com/a/flash/regurge04.htm
http://jeff.zoplionah.com/flash/regurge04.htm

One is an alias, the other is a virtual host.

Any ideas? Will sending the HTTPD file help at all?

Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
 
Old 03-12-2003, 04:49 PM   #2
david_ross
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Do all the addresses reolve into valid ip addresses?

I have seen something in the past that suggests all addresses must resolve properly or all virtual hosts will experience problems. I have a feeling that placing the dns entries in the hosts file next to 127.0.0.1 (localhost and probably your top domain) should resolve this (if it is the problem).

Hope this helps

David
 
Old 03-17-2003, 12:08 AM   #3
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I have fixed the problem -- and it had nothing to do with what I thought it did.

I tried accessing my server at an external location, and both sites could be viewed with equal performance.


So, I checked, and apparently on my Windows box, the hosts file only pointed zoplionah.com to my server, jeff.zoplionah.com was directed to my server from the router, which greatly crippled the speed.

WOW -- I really hate windows. And people those people who don't like Macs -- I hate you too! (evil laugh)
 
  


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