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Old 7th December 2011, 21:35
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Default Server migration -> DNS problems

Hey everyone,

I have decided - in order to sort of fix my problems I have reported here regarding server load average going nuts - to split up the application part (which consists of IRC, Shoutcast and Minecraft) and the site part, including web, mail and mysql.
So I migrated the first website to the new server, and everythings runs smooth, however, I ran into a well-known problems that refuses to get fixed.

I enter "hikari-media.de" and it is alright. I enter it with "www", and it runs into a timeout.
DNS query returns the correct IP each time, the Site is configured "Auto-Subdomain: www."

Any ideas what I could try?

Thanks in Advance

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ZeroEnna
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