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  1. #1
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    HTTP keeps going down on one IP

    Hi,

    I have a new server with SoftLayer and I have most of my accounts on a shared IP address. We do have our own store on a separate IP address. I am having LOADS of trouble with this. The store keeps going down while all the other sites on the shared IP address are fine.

    Any ideas what could be causing this?

    Thanks

    Rick

  2. #2
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    Aren't SL's servers managed or semi-managed? Perhaps you should ask them to check it out? Otherwise its hard to tell as you need to post some more details regarding this.
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  3. #3
    Hey i have this same problem, and as we speak all my sites are down, not just my main shared IP.

    I've logged a ticket there and am awaiting a answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntfu2
    Hey i have this same problem, and as we speak all my sites are down, not just my main shared IP.

    I've logged a ticket there and am awaiting a answer

    Try running a ping via dnsstuff. There's something wrong with your server setup.
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  5. #5
    Ping to 66.xx.xx.xx

    Generated by www.DNSstuff.com at 02:30:42 GMT on 07 May 2006.

    status = "Getting ping results...";Pinging 66.228.115.243 [66.228.115.243]:

    Ping #1: Got reply from 66.xx.xx.xx in 42ms [TTL=57]
    Ping #2: Got reply from 66.xx.xx.xx in 43ms [TTL=57]
    Ping #3: Got reply from 66.xx.xx.xx in 43ms [TTL=57]
    Ping #4: Got reply from 66.xx.xx.xx in 43ms [TTL=57]

    Done pinging 66.xx.xx.xx!
    Odd, i should also add that i cant access via their SSL/VPN backend or IPMI right now either. Or reboot my server via the portal like before

  6. #6
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    I did have a ticket in with them over this and they said:

    The issue might be with the configuration of that domain, check the apache configuration and make sure everything is correct.

    When I checked, the link from public_html folder to the www folder was broken for that domain. I just corrected that.
    The Apache configuration is fine. So I don't know what else could be causing this.

  7. #7
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    I assume you are running Linux. SSH to the server and log in. Type:
    Code:
    ifconfig
    It should tell you if that IP is up. If you do not see your other IP listed then your IP isn't set up.

    If it isn't listed just type:
    Code:
    ifconfig eh0:1 <IP address> UP
    It could be some sort of DNS slipup as well. I won't get into how the records should be created here, but just type:

    Code:
    service named restart
    service httpd restart
    The first restarts the DNS server assuming you do run one yourself and the second restarts Apache.


    Good Luck!

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