- the default virtual host and the default virtual host is configured and working correctly.
- a non-default virtual host and the non-default virtual host you have addressed in unrecognized, meaning there is no entry in the list at the end of
/conf.d/vhosts.conf Correctly configured Virtual Hosts will respond with this page.
If you are a member of the general public:
The fact that you are seeing this page indicates that the website you just visited is either experiencing problems, or is undergoing routine maintenance.
If you would like to let the administrators of this website know that you've seen this page instead of the page you expected, you should send them e-mail. In general, mail sent to the name "webmaster" and directed to the website's domain should reach the appropriate person.
For example, if you experienced problems while visiting www.example.com, you should send e-mail to "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Fedora is a distribution of Linux, a popular computer operating system. It is commonly used by hosting companies because it is free, and includes free web server software. Many times, they do not set up their web server correctly, and it displays this "test page" instead of the expected website.
Accordingly, please keep these facts in mind:
For more information about Fedora, please visit the Fedora Project website.
If you are the website administrator:
You should probably do nothing. This "Default Virtual HTTP Server" should generally not be used to serve visible documents.
However, if you have requested service from a virtual host that you think should be responding on its own behalf, then:
- Execute /root/vhost/mkvhost <server domain name> to create the directory stucture
- Add "use vhost <server domain name> <responsible party>" to the end of /etc/httpd/conf.d/vhost.conf to inform httpd of its existance.
- Add content to /var/www/vhost/<server domain name>