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DigitalOcean subdomain setup #9

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bret-blackford opened this Issue Feb 10, 2019 · 4 comments

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bret-blackford commented Feb 10, 2019

I think I have followed the class instructions but having difficulty getting my domain to properly show subdomains. I created two domains each pointing to my DigitalOcean IP of 157.230.168.85.

Domains are:

My subdomains should be:

I have added my P1 directory and pushed everything via Git. I see the files but unable to access via web URL.

Attached is my 000-default.conf file. Does order matter in this file?

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bret-blackford commented Feb 10, 2019

Here is how the site looks on my DreamHost account

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bret-blackford commented Feb 10, 2019

OK. Order of entry does appear to be important with the 000-default.conf file. I switched new entries from beginning of file to end and now I get the following link to work:

but not this one:

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UPDATE: well, time may not heal all wounds, but it appears to have solved my issue. As mentioned in lecture, it may take time for the DNS servers to propagate recent changes. After waiting a couple hours links now appear to be working,

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susanBuck commented Feb 11, 2019

Ah yes, time, the greater fixer of DNS issues. : ) It can be so frustrating because you just want to confirm you did things right, but the sometimes necessary wait period is out of your control.

Glad it's all sorted out now.

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