[Newbie] Problem with a subdomain

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by realtebo, Nov 15, 2013.

  1. realtebo

    realtebo New Member

    I've this domain, created only for testing purposes, "ismyservice.net"

    I created a website for a demo client, setup with 'auto www'

    This has created /var/www/clients/client1/web2

    In subfolder web/ there is the index.html. This is working for "ismyservice.net", and also with "www" before.

    Now I see I've already this folder /var/www/clients/client1/web2/web/stats.
    So I created an index.html with "<h1>stats</h1>" inside it.

    I create a subdomain
    - host c1w2
    - domain ismyservice.net
    - redirect type: R, L (But I've not understand the differences....)
    - redirect path: /stats/

    I've a dns A entry for c1w2 pointing to same ip of ismyservice.net

    I save, and wait the canonical minute

    When I load the page c1w2.ismyservice.net, I got a first reply with a 302 redirecting browser to http://c1w2.ismyservice.net/stats/

    Now the browser got a 302 with redirection to "http://c1w2.ismyservice.net/stats/error/401.html" ...

    401 redirects "n times" to 401 ... and browser then stop warning me about infinite loop.

    What's the error?
    Must I creat a .htaccess file inside some folder, or there is something I missed to do in ispconfig ?
  2. Croydon

    Croydon ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    You must not use redirect type R(,L) in this case.
    This is a 302 redirect to folder "stats" on each call to this subdomain!
    Use "no flag".
  3. realtebo

    realtebo New Member

    I've done some testing

    I've created 'c1w5' as CNAME of my domain.tld. [with final dot]

    I've created a subdomain c1w5 pointing to /prova/ subfolder (it's relative to /var/www/clients/client1/web2/web/)

    I got what I want both with "No Flag", and with "L" only flag
    - the content of /var/www/clients/client1/web2/web/prova/index.php
    - the url is NOT modified
    - no 30x http codes

    So... Is it better to use or not to use the L flag ?
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2013
  4. Quaxth

    Quaxth Member

    As Croydon told you, NO use any redirect, just no flag!

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