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Aug 11, 2013

I am running Apache2.2, PHP5.I have been running with virtual hosts on a Windows 7 environment fine for a couple of years successfully, but have just had to move to a Windows 8 environment.It looks like Apache and PHP have installed and are working fine, but my Virtual hosts are now not being recognised. From what I can tell, it is the Windows 8 hosts file that is having a problem, as it looks as though it is now just setup to Block websites.

If I make the host file just have the one line127.0.0.1 localhost entry, then the very first Virtual Host from my apache config file will come up, but the rest are not found.If I put the usual mywebsite.name aliasname is appears as though my website works momentarily and then is blocked..

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Ok so I just installed apache 2.2 on windows server 2008.

I would like to set it up so if I go to IP) I get index1.html. If I go to example.com which points to I get index2.html. If I go to example3.com which points to I get index3.html.

So kind of like, if the domain folder is not found on my server, give the page index1.html.

In the long run I want to run a bunch of sites with different domains, testing right now though. 

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This post may seem a bit silly overall, I doubt there is anything important to note about name based vhosts, but just wanted to know if anyone knew something I should know.

Our current ip based vhost setup works, but it would be nice to drop usage on all of those IP Addresses and we have no need for IP address access from browsers and whatnot.

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When I d/l from this domain I see pausing and overall performance is roughly 1/2 of what it was yesterday (400K/sec versus ~800K yesterday), when the site was only doing about 3Mbits.

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Just looking for some guidance before I hack up my new account too bad.

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Just discovered Apache log: ssl_engine_log

As far as I can tell, SSL is working perfectly on my server. Though I am wondering why I am getting errors logged? By the looks of it, I've been getting them every day since I opened my server.

Here's a few:
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I have a set up where server 1 holds a mysql DB and a virtual host. server 2 holds many virtual hosts in apache (16) connecting to this DB.

The virtual hosts all hold the same script, but the single VH on server 1 receives about the same amount of visits as all the VHs of server 2.

server 1 is very busy at times, like 100% CPU and a load around 10 for long period of times.
server 2 is not very busy, around 30% CPU usage and 0.6 CPU load.

Yet, users on server 2 experience *much slower* response times than the ones on server 1.

The obvious reason could be the network between the two, but I'm not convinced (6 seconds for a query run from server 2 when it brings back 1 row and takes 0.01 second from server 1).

I was wondering what other reasons it could be.

The mysql processlist is weird:

mysql> show processlist;
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| 81817 | mysite | localhost | mysite | Sleep | 865 | | NULL |
| 94992 | mysite | server2:47927 | mysite | Sleep | 188 | | NULL |
| 96890 | mysite | server2:50881 | mysite | Sleep | 26 | | NULL |
| 97213 | mysite | server2:51010 | mysite | Sleep | 22 | | NULL |
| 97391 | mysite | server2:51085 | mysite | Sleep | 36 | | NULL |
| 97919 | mysite | server2:51300 | mysite | Sleep | 49 | | NULL |
| 97927 | mysite | server2:51306 | NULL | Sleep | 49 | | NULL |
| 97933 | mysite | server2:51282 | mysite | Sleep | 48 | | NULL
| 97933 | mysite | server2:51282 | mysite | Sleep | 48 | | NULL |
| 97958 | mysite | server2:51321 | mysite | Sleep | 26 | | NULL |
| 97961 | mysite | server2:51323 | mysite | Sleep | 46 | | NULL |
| 98104 | mysite | server2:51344 | mysite | Sleep | 39 | | NULL |
| 98169 | mysite | server2:51376 | NULL | Sleep | 36 | | NULL |
| 98177 | mysite | server2:51388 | mysite | Sleep | 9 | | NULL |
| 98365 | mysite | server2:51461 | mysite | Sleep | 26 | | NULL |
| 98377 | mysite | server2:51427 | mysite | Sleep | 26 | | NULL |
| 98380 | mysite | server2:51468 | mysite | Sleep | 6 | | NULL |
| 98394 | mysite | server2:51474 | mysite | Sleep | 26 | | NULL |
| 98404 | mysite | server2:51479 | mysite | Sleep | 26 | | NULL |
| 98418 | mysite | server2:51486 | mysite | Sleep | 26 | | NULL |
| 98419 | mysite | server2:51487 | mysite | Sleep | 26 | | NULL |
| 98429 | mysite | server2:51496 | mysite | Sleep | 2 | | NULL |
| 98503 | mysite | server2:51520 | mysite | Sleep | 22 | | NULL |
| 98512 | mysite | server2:51524 | mysite | Sleep | 22 | | NULL |
| 98514 | mysite | server2:51525 | mysite | Sleep | 20 | | NULL |
| 98519 | mysite | server2:51526 | mysite | Sleep | 22 | | NULL |
| 98557 | mysite | server2:51514 | mysite | Sleep | 21 | | NULL |
| 98568 | mysite | server2:51548 | mysite | Sleep | 20 | | NULL |
| 98581 | mysite | server2:51557 | mysite | Sleep | 5 | | NULL |
| 98617 | mysite | server2:51572 | mysite | Sleep | 18 | | NULL |
| 98620 | mysite | server2:51574 | NULL | Sleep | 18 | | NULL |
| 98630 | mysite | server2:51577 | mysite | Sleep | 17 | | NULL |
| 98644 | mysite | server2:51584 | mysite | Sleep | 17 | | NULL |
| 98681 | mysite | server2:51601 | mysite | Sleep | 15 | | NULL |
| 98698 | mysite | server2:51604 | mysite | Sleep | 14 | | NULL |
| 98704 | mysite | server2:51606 | mysite | Sleep | 14 | | NULL |
| 98714 | mysite | server2:51610 | NULL | Sleep | 14 | | NULL |
| 98736 | mysite | server2:51619 | NULL | Sleep | 13 | | NULL |
| 98748 | mysite | server2:51626 | NULL | Sleep | 12 | | NULL |
| 98753 | mysite | server2:51628 | mysite | Sleep | 12 | | NULL |
| 98785 | mysite | server2:51635 | mysite | Sleep | 11 | | NULL |
| 98820 | mysite | server2:51654 | mysite | Sleep | 10 | | NULL |
| 98821 | mysite | server2:51655 | mysite | Sleep | 10 | | NULL |
| 98822 | mysite | server2:51656 | mysite | Sleep | 10 | | NULL |
| 98823 | mysite | server2:51657 | mysite | Sleep | 10 | | NULL |
| 98836 | mysite | server2:51660 | mysite | Sleep | 9 | | NULL |
| 98840 | mysite | server2:51662 | NULL | Sleep | 9 | | NULL |
| 98841 | mysite | localhost | NULL | Query | 0 | NULL | show processlist |
| 98901 | mysite | server2:51680 | mysite | Sleep | 6 | | NULL |
| 98903 | mysite | server2:51651 | mysite | Sleep | 7 | | NULL |
| 98920 | mysite | server2:51684 | mysite | Sleep | 6 | | NULL |
| 98947 | mysite | localhost | mysite | Sleep | 1 | | NULL |
| 98954 | mysite | server2:51696 | mysite | Sleep | 5 | | NULL |
| 99024 | mysite | server2:51710 | mysite | Sleep | 1 | | NULL |
| 99031 | mysite | server2:51712 | mysite | Sleep | 2 | | NULL |
| 99032 | mysite | server2:51686 | mysite | Sleep | 2 | | NULL |
| 99041 | mysite | server2:51694 | mysite | Sleep | 2 | | NULL |
| 99049 | mysite | server2:51717 | mysite | Sleep | 2 | | NULL |
| 99058 | mysite | server2:51720 | mysite | Sleep | 1 | | NULL |
| 99063 | mysite | server2:51685 | mysite | Sleep | 1 | | NULL |
| 99064 | mysite | server2:51722 | mysite | Sleep | 2 | | NULL |
| 99073 | mysite | localhost | mysite | Sleep | 1 | | NULL |
| 99075 | mysite | server2:51724 | mysite | Sleep | 1 | | NULL |
| 99086 | mysite | localhost | mysite | Query | 1 | Creating tmp table | SELECT DISTINCT * |
| 99089 | mysite | localhost | mysite | Sleep | 1 | | NULL |

Why so many sleeping processes from server 2, and none or almost none from server 1 ?
Is it normal that every query from server 2 is open on a different port ? Should they be grouped by virtual host, or is there one different port for each script running concurrently?

What could be a reason for server 2 having problems to open connections on server 1, and how to solve it?

Right now I'm about to deport more users from server 1 to new virtual hosts on server 2, hoping it will lower the load on the first machine and overall accelerate the response times. I just thought I'd post here first because this all seems very weird to me and i thought someone with an external look might tell me what I'm doing wrong. And also if network would be the problem maybe that's not the clever thing to do to make more users remote.

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