I don’t know apache very well and I’ve got a problem with configure
This is my httpd.conf file:
UseCanonicalName Off LogFormat "%V %h %l %u %t "%r" %s %b" vcommon <Directory /var/www/sites/> Options FollowSymLinks AllowOverride All </Directory> <VirtualHost *:80> CustomLog logs/access_log.sites vcommon ServerAlias *.domain.com UseCanonicalName Off VirtualDocumentRoot /var/www/sites/%1/ </VirtualHost>
Subdomains work fine without www. but I need to make them work with www too.
Here’s an example:
something.domain.com - site is loading www.something.domain.com - Not Found
What should I do?
www.something.domain.com are obviously different hostnames. And Apache will substitute this for
%1 when looking for the files to serve. So the problem is that
/var/www/sites/www.something.domain.com doesn’t exist.
One way to fix it (assuming these two sites are supposed to serve the same data) is by a simple symbolic link:
ln -s something.domain.com /var/www/sites/www.something.domain.com
(I also missed that you need
%0 instead of
%1, as in Shane Madden’s answer. So do that too.)
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