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I am trying to set up two domains on a single server using virtual host concept (server is Cent OS 6.X). But i am having some issues which i am not able to figure out why are they cropping up.

Process which i have followed for setting up two domains one a single apache web server is as follows:

I have two sub-folder in my /var/www/html/ folder as:
>     1. /var/www/html/site1.com
>     2. /var/www/html/site2.com

In my httpd.conf file i have:

> 1. Include conf.d/*.conf
> 2. NameVirtualHost *:80    
 `<VirtualHost *:80> </VirtualHost>`

In my conf.d folder i have two .conf files as

> site1.com.conf

    <VirtualHost *:80>
         ServerAdmin admin@admin.com
         DocumentRoot /var/www/html/site1.com
         ServerName site1.com
         ServerAlias www.site1.com
         ErrorLog logs/site1.com-error_log
         TransferLog logs/site1.com-access_log
   
         <Directory /var/www/html/site1.com/>
         AllowOverride FileInfo Options
         </Directory>
    </VirtualHost>

> site2.com.conf

    <VirtualHost *:80>
         ServerAdmin admin@admin.com
         DocumentRoot /var/www/html/site2.com
         ServerName site2.com
         ServerAlias www.site2.com
         ErrorLog logs/site2.com-error_log
         TransferLog logs/site2.com-access_log
         <Directory /var/www/html/site2.com/>
         AllowOverride FileInfo Options
         </Directory>
    </VirtualHost>

Now after all this if i open www.site1.com through browser, i am able to access the site1.com content.

But when i try to access www.site2.com through browser, i am getting apache default page.

In my site2.com-access_log, following error is being logged

    [12/Jun/2013:16:25:45 +0000] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 403 5039

In my site2.com-error.log, following error is being logged

    [Wed Jun 12 16:35:29 2013] [client 125.125.98.85] (13)Permission denied: access to /index.php denied

As for directory permission, **root** is the owner for both the **site1.com** and **site2.com** folders.

Please if any has any idea what wrong i am doing here will be most appreciated or if anyone can point me how i can accomplish this will be most welcome.

Thanks in advance.
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by:chrisvee
ID: 39247390
i think its the issue with .htaccess file.

anyway try this:

create a new folder in var/site2.com
migrate your files
change DocumentRoot to /var/site2.com in  .conf
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by:Christopher Raymond Mendoza
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Hello OTSSolutions,

It is possible that the problem is caused by root having sole access to index.php. Have you checked the permissions of /var/www/html/site2.com and all the files and sub-directories inside?

Regards,
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Hi All,

Thanks for your input i have solved it by
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. It seems there was some issues with SElinux.
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by:OTSSolutions
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This solved my issue
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