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Old 27th October 2010, 21:39
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Hi,
Just want to know. Will subdomains gets created on physical server ?
I can only see the main domain being created (mydomain.com,mydomain.net).

Please give few details.

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A subdomain is a alias for a website, so it does not get created on the server as no additional directories are nescessary. If you want to have a separate vhost for a website, then craete a new website. Thats described in the manual in detail.
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