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I have set up my domain like
example.com and everything works. Now I have a sub domain like
test.example.com which uses another directory.
For example for
example.com I have
example-vhost.conf and example-https-vhost.conf` set up with app located at /opt/bitnami/example. In the config file I redirect port 3000 to 80/443 and it works great.
For my test one I use another directory /opt/bitnami/example_test and I have the similar conf files
example_test-https-vhost.conf and set the
ProxyPassReverse as port 3002.
Then when I go to
test.example.com it is still going to port 80/443 and the app files are still from
/opt/bitnami/example which means all the new config not working. I have to type
http://test.example.com:3002 to reach
/opt/bitnami/example_test. Same thing happens if you type
http://example.com:3002 but it is not allowed for this domain. Port 3002 can only be accessed through
Show can I do this without buying a new instance?