I took an existing Ubuntu 13.10 droplet and installed all necessary software to get Ghost running on my root domain (highgravityconsulting.com). Works like a champ.
Awesome, now I want to move a few other apps (fever, thinkup, sqlbuddy) to their own subdomains. I’ve configured these services before so no big deal. I create their own directories, move the files in, load up the databases in mysql, create a new sites-available, link to sites-enabled, restart everything and…
Now sqlbuddy, despite being on sqlbuddy.highgravityconsulting.com, is now showing up at highgravityconsulting.com. If I remove the link for sqlbuddy in sites-enabled, restart Nginx, it goes back to working just fine with Ghost.
Here is my site-available for highgravityconsulting.com. It is exactly what is in the setup guide, except for needed changes for my domain.
Here is my sites-available for sqlbuddy on sqlbuddy.highgravityconsultingcom, which is the default nginx file with some tweaks (I removed the boilerplate stuff that’s commented out, but you get the idea).
If anyone has any suggestions, I would love to hear them. My assumption is that this has something to do with ports and nginx pointing to node.js for Ghost, but I might be way off base with that.
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