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How to Point 11 domains (on master IPs) to another domain

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Asiaplay, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. Asiaplay

    Asiaplay Guest

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    Hi All,

    We use plesk 8.2.1 on a Cento OS 5 system.

    The problem I have at present is as follows:-

    We have 12+ domains (all on the same server, but using different unique master IPs).
    For example, domain.com, domain.us/domain.fr/domain.de etc. etc.
    All of these domains are configured in PLESK (have their own DNS), each of them has its own unique Master IP.

    The site content is on domain.com, in a "site" folder.
    Is there a way to have the same dynamic site content also on domain.[us/fr/de/ etc.] domains?
    (we do not want to have a full copy of all code / date on each domain - just want to point the domains to domain.com)

    So far aliases do not work for me.
    Symbolic link causes PHP "out_of_base_dir" error.
    Hard link does not work for the folder.
    Any ideas?

    Any ideas / comments would be very much appreciated.

    Thanks...
     
  2. Hedgren

    Hedgren Guest

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    Hi:
    Re PHP "open_basedir" error, http://kb.swsoft.com/en/432 could help.
    Re aliases, why do the aliases not work?
    Alternatively, you could set up these domains as forwarding: i mean Frame forwarding or Standard forwarding option when tuning the hosting:
    "With standard forwarding, a user is redirected to the site and the actual site's URL is shown in the user's browser, so the user knows about the redirection. With frame forwarding, a user is redirected to the site without knowing that the site actually resides at another location."
     
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