Question

VestaCP Multiple domain Problem

I recently installed VestaCP on cent os. My config: Nginx+php-fpm MariaDB 10.2 Php7.0

My first site is running smooth without any problem.

But when I add my 2nd site in vesta cp, and changed NS points to my droplets IP address from Domain register. When I open my new site but it shows the content of old site.

I illustrated in details here.

Consider 2 domains.

  1. domain1.com 2.domain2.com

I created a subdomain for domain 1. name - dash.domain1.com In dash.domain1.com I installed my VestaCP. Also I add my main domain domain1.com

Its running smoothly without any problem.

Now I add my 2nd domain domain2.com. My registrar is Godaddy. What I did, I keep same the nameserver as default in domain registrar. Only I changed the A record in Godaddy DNS management tools.

So for my domain 2 . NS is default godaddy NS. In DNS record I add the droplets IP in A record.

When I open domain2.com in browser, it shows the content from dash.domain1.com, Not from the domain1.com.

How can I fixed this issue.

Any help will be appreciated!!


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Hi there,

I just came across this question. It sounds like that the domain2.com was not added yet to your Vesta control panel as a new website.

If this is not the case, it could have wrong permissions, what I would suggest is to check your Nginx access and error logs for some more information.

Regards, Bobby