Perlbal as reverse proxy connection handler only
Ask Bjørn Hansen
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Sun Jan 22 03:15:24 UTC 2006
On Jan 21, 2006, at 6:32 PM, Fred Moyer wrote:
> What happened as a result: Requests to http://app.redhotpenguin.com
> were successful. Requests to other virtual hosts on my Apache
> server (such as http://www.redhotpenguin.com returned a 404.
> What I think is going on: I think perlbal is sending HTTP 1.0
> requests to apache instead of HTTP 1.1 requests. So Apache is
> handling all requests with the default virtual host
perlbal is forwarding the Host: HTTP header, so it's not that.
My best guess is that you specified your virtual hosts with something
like <virtualhost *:80> (instead of 8080) or some variation of
that. (This summer I've used Apache for 10 years and I still
usually need a couple of tries to get the vhosts right when I setup
Apache with a fresh httpd.conf).
Do you use Apache 1 or 2? If 1, then you should use "Listen 8080"
and "Port 80".
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