Found a potential bug that has happened to me the last few days with a couple of different domains while playing with some DNS settings.
Long story short: it appears that when changing a <www.domain.tld> dns entry from CNAME record to A record, and then back again to CNAME, the Server Alias entry in the respective /etc/httpd/conf.d/domain.tld.conf is not being re-added properly. So, that domain then defaults to re-directing to the ‘main’ IP and/or domain of the box.
Entering the correct Server Alias manually and restarting Apache corrects the issue.
[SIZE=2]Can you give any suggestions as to why one of my sites no longer works when a www. is put infront of the site name? It was working as either http://www.asarian-intl.org and http://asarian-intl.org [/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]I don’t think I changed anything but now it appears that if I put the www in then it redirects to my other main site that is www.asar-intl.com Since I haven’t been able to find a way to correct it yet I’ve just put a note on the asar-intl.com site for people to click on to get them into the asarian-intl.org site.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Any ideas what might be causing this all of a sudden??? :-)[/SIZE]