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virtualhost – New virtual host on apache returns the default vhost, other times returns the normal content

I’m having some really strange behaviour on one of my Debian servers. When requesting stuff.com ( example ) or stuff.com/image.jpg, let’s say 50% of the times I have the correct response, the other 50% of times I have an 404, in case of the image, if I’m requesting a normal HTML file I get the default page of apache.

It all started when I created a new virtual host this morning, configured the DocumentRoot as usual and everything else, and suddenly I start to get some 404 on the images in between refreshes, and sometimes I would get the default page of apache.

Virtual Host Config:

<VirtualHost *:80>
       ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost
       ServerName stuff.com
       DocumentRoot /var/www/html/stuff/stuff-test
       <Directory /var/www/html/stuff/stuff-test >

       Options -Indexes +FollowSymLinks
       AllowOverride All
       Require all granted

       ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/stuff/stuff/error.log
       CustomLog /var/log/apache2/stuff/stuff/access.log combined


Default config:

<VirtualHost *:80>
        ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost
        DocumentRoot /var/www/html

        ErrorLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/error.log
        CustomLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/access.log combined

This was a complex site made with Symfony, so I thought it could be related to that, so installed on another server and everything worked. Then we started to cut down even more our possibilites, and now we only have an index.html and an image.jpg on the folder and it still happens the same thing.

We tried everything except restarting Apache with service apache2 restart, we usually use reload.

Things to note, we have 97 virtual hosts configured on this server, we increased the level of all logs, apache ( to trace8 ), on the virtual host in question and on the default virtual host.

We also checked dmesg, /var/log/messages, /var/log/kern.log, /var/log/syslog.

And nothing interesting appears on any of those logs when the requests fail to hit the virtual host and go to the default virtual host.

Another interesting fact or not, is that this only happens to new virtual hosts, we tried to create a bunch of them all with the same result, but on the old ones ( created before today ), everything is working perfectly without a problem.

Nothing was changed on the server ( last change was 3 of December ), no update to any software, no restart, nothing.

We are going to restart apache tonight, don’t want to risk restarting apache during the day and suddenly all sites go down. And see what happens.

Anyone has any idea?

Things we checked, not by any special order:

  • Restarted php-fpm, but it happens while requesting an single file or an *.html file, so it’s not from there.
  • Checked ulimit to make sure that everything was ok and we were not reaching any limit.
    – Scoured every single log file that we could find, that could points anywhere and couldn’t find anything.

Versions of software:
Debian: 10.2

Apache: Apache/2.4.38 (Debian)

PHP: 7.2.34 ( not that it matters )

Magento Migration Tool: What should the database host, name, user and password be in config.xml?

I am hoping to migrate Magento to 2.4.1 using the Magento Migration Tool. I have already installed the Migration tool and now I’m trying to configure the confix.xml file in:

<Magento 2 root dir>/vendor/magento/data-migration-tool/etc/opensource-to-opensource/<Magento 1.x version>

I already found and inserted the crypt_key, now I suppose to edit the following:

<database host="localhost" name="Magento1-DB-name" user="DB-username" password="DB-password"/>
<database host="localhost" name="Magento2-DB-name" user="DB-username" password="DB-password"/>
  • Localhost –> I’ve put the IP address of both the source and destination (they are both in the same hosting package but have different IP addresses) – Is this correct?

  • name –> I copied the database name from phpMyAdmin – Is this correct?

  • user –> what should this be? Is this the cPanel user name or the Magento Admin user name?

  • password –> again – cPanel password OR Magento Admin password?

After I get the correct settings in here, can I just run these 2 commands via SSH (Putty) to make the Migration tool migrate all the important data?

php bin/magento migrate:settings --reset <path to your config.xml>

php bin/magento migrate:data --reset <path to your config.xml>

Also, do I need to put the Magento 1 store in maintenance mode prior to doing the migration?

web server – How to host a public website with my domain name on Android?

I have my own domain name, richardbrowning.cf, and I want to host my own website (using this domain name) on my Android phone. My Android isn’t connected to Wi-Fi (I am using Mobile Data). I started locally hosting my website on my Android, (and it was available at http://mylocalipaddress:myport. Then I went to my registrar and added an A DNS Record setting the target to my local IP Address. Now if I go to richardbrowning.cf:myport, I can view my website. But it is still only local. So I have two issues. I want to make my website public, not just local (so everyone can view my website) and I want to remove the need for putting :port at the end of the domain/website. By the way, an end note is that I tried putting my external IP Address into my DNS Record instead of my local IP Address, but this doesn’t work because there is nothing being hosted to this external IP Address. So if I could maybe host my website to my external IP Address and then put this external IP Address into my DNS Record, then that would work. But I can’t find a way to host my website to my external IP Address. I only see ways to host my website to my local IP Address (locally). Thanks in advance.😀

networking – ¿Porqué no sale trafico TCP o UDP desde mi host hacia internet y viceversa?

soy nueva usando Proxmox y estaba probando algunos escenarios, inicialmente tenia todas mis instancias conectadas a un solo bridge(el que esta conectado a la interfaz fisica “eno1”), luego conecte a mi host a otro bridge al firewall pfsense para luego salir.
El problema es que no pasa trafico tcp o udp, pero si paquetes icmp. Al momento de hacer ping se obtiene respuesta, pero cuando quiero hacer un trace o buscar el dominio de mi host desde afuera no recibo respuesta.

El escenario es el siguiente, pero debo agregar que quite el firewall que esta entre la nube y el enrutador, el único activo es el pfsense (disculpen por el error en la imagen)
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En el firewall tiene esta regla de nateo:
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¿Alguien sabe que podría estar pasando?, soy nueva en la comunidad, si necesitan más detalles no duden en comentar.

debian – Docker on host have multi ethernet

We were running a docker container on a host that had an eth1 and an eth2 interface. I configured source based policy-based routing so everything was working fine with the software that was installed on the host level communicating over either IP. However, I can’t communicate with a Docker container over the eth2 (non default interface).

I’m using Debian 10 on host.

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ssl – “Invalid Host Header” error on Apache2

I just used Certbot to install an SSL certificate on my web server. I can now access my website at https://example.com. However, simply typing example.com into the address bar takes me to the unsecured (http) version of the site, where it simply says “Invalid host header” and nothing else.

Certbot added the following rewrite rules:

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{SERVER_NAME} =www.example.com (OR)
RewriteCond %{SERVER_NAME} =example.com
RewriteRule ^ https://%{SERVER_NAME}%{REQUEST_URI} (END,NE,R=permanent)

Any help would be much appreciated.