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Multiple hostname for a virtual host in SPS

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  • 1.  Multiple hostname for a virtual host in SPS

    Posted 12-28-2016 12:00 AM

    Creating on behalf of Saravanan Velusamy

     

    Hi  Ujwol, Can we keep multiple multiple hostsnames in VirtualHost? like below?

     

    <VirtualHost name="WebServicesAgentVirtualHost">
    hostnames="env1.login.abc.com"

    hostnames="env2.login.abc.com"

    hostnames="env3.login.abc.com"

     

            defaultsessionscheme="default"

     

            # specify the block size for request and response in KBs
            requestblocksize="4"
            responseblocksize="8"

     

            #The defaults can be overridden
            #not only for the Virtual Host
            #but for the WebAgent for that
            #virtual host as well
                    <WebAgent>
              sminitfile="/secure-proxy/proxy-engine/conf/webservicesagent/WebAgent.conf"
            </WebAgent>



  • 2.  Re: Multiple hostname for a virtual host in SPS
    Best Answer

    Posted 12-28-2016 12:02 AM

    I haven't tried it that way but you should be able to use it this way :

     

    hostnames="env1.login.abc.com,env2.login.abc.com,env3.login.abc.com"



  • 3.  Re: Multiple hostname for a virtual host in SPS

    Posted 12-28-2016 11:27 AM

    Hello Saravanan,

     

    I have tried the way shown below and it worked but did not tried any other way though. I've put  a space after comma so that there will be two delimiters.

            hostnames="env1.login.abc.com, env2.login.abc.com, env3.login.abc.com"

     

    Thank you

    Raja Shravan