I have set up a second virtual host on a LAMP stack droplet from Digital Ocean.
I have changed the /etc/apache2/sites-available/www.example.com.conf to my new domain.
My DNS records: A to IP, A to IP with www, AAAA to IP, AAAA to IP with www, 3 ns to Digital Ocean. I have pointed the DNS to digital Ocean from Namecheap.
Weird thing is when entering the domain it gets redirected to my first site on this droplet. It tries to connect and write the domain in the browser. I can’t find from where. A site I have deleted a long time ago. I have deleted it in /etc/apache2/sites-available/www.example.com.conf
127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.0.1 username
Any help to figur how I get the new virtual host to point to the correct site will be greatly appreciated, thanks!
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It seems to me like the source of the issue is coming from your Apache virtual config file. Can you please provide me with your config file(the new one that you said you’ve created) so that I can see everything is configured properly?
What I believe most probably the issue to be is a left reference to the old domain somewhere in the config file.
Additionally, did you try to enable the config file? What you need to do is :
Once done, you also need to restart apache
One last thing, if everything seems okay but you still experience the issue, I’ll recommend just creating a new config file without copying anything over.
You can use this for reference:
then inside add the following
and that should be it.
I have memcached my droplet and all the sudden it worked. I wanna say BIG thank you for your help, it means A LOT!!!
Thanks my good person, you rock!
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