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Create A host record in your godaddy DNS Zone File settings Tutorial by godaddy help section


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First, the content of RewriteBase should be: RewriteBase /project/api/v1/ I would also suggest you to check your current setting of DocumentRoot to see if it is pointing to your www folder. You can further check the link below as reference: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewritebase


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Your server IP address can hold many different domain names at the same time. When you access the website your browser send the HTTP request with domain name in it, and the server can found which website data it should send you back then. It's called the virtual hosts, so simple as that :) Take a look here for more information about DNS and virtual hosts.


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Response messages to Stdout only contain any additional headers that the CGI wishes to add. These may be replaced or altered by the host web service before they are emitted to the client. Also other headers will be added in general. As for incoming headers, it makes absolutely no sense to put the burden and risk of parsing these onto the CGI. Parsing ...


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Look's like DNS problem. In your screen show there is output from ping command trying to ping google.com and it says: unknown host as it cannot resolve the domain name google.com to ip in order to ping it. Can you please check the contents of the following file: /etc/resolv.conf. Just type in the console: cat /etc/resolv.conf It should output something like:...


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From your posts in the comments and the output of sudo lsof -i is visible that there is varnishd running on the machine which is HTTP accelerator daemon. "The varnishd daemon accepts HTTP requests from clients, passes them on to a backend server and caches the returned documents to better satisfy future requests for the same document." There is probably ...


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We can achieve this by using weblogic mbeans. Please find below code for your reference. appRuntime.stop(); appRuntime.start(); @Override public void stop(String deploymentName) { System.out.println("*** Stopping webapp..."); // The DeploymentManagerMBean is used for the initial deployment of an application. // After the initial ...


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https://lelutin.ca/posts/installing_postfix_-clamav-spamassassin-dovecot-_postfixadmin_on_debian_squeeze/ This article provides in detail the setup and testing of a mail server. I did not write, but see the end of the article for a complete bibliography. If you do choose postfix in your main.cf you need at least these exclusion for weak security protocols....



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