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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • IIRC (it's been a while), but each 'third-level' domain is just another host with its own A (address) or CNAME (alias to an A) record -- www.mysite.com, mail.mysite.com, use.mysite.com, etc. The folks who maintain your DNS definitely need to do this for you as it's all part of the same hostfile.
    • Hmm ... ok. That answers one of my questions. My punk-ish ISP folks charge me $50/DNS entry/year ... not sure if a third-level is worth that (yet). I was trying to install RT [fsck.com] and it wants its own virtual domain in your httpd.conf file... I tried with an Alias and Location tag in the httpd.conf, but that didn't seem to work.

      Jason