When searching for help online, it is useful to be able to write a good bug report. You will find that an answer is much more easily forthcoming if you can formulate the problem in a clear, reproducible way. This section will help you do just that.
The most difficult part of a bug report is actually defining the problem itself. It will help you to first think about what it is you are trying to accomplish. State your goal in a clear, concise manner as follows:
I need all requests to subdomain.example.com to be served from server1.
Avoid writing reports in the following manner:
I'm getting requests served from the local filesystem instead of proxying them to server1 when I call subdomain.example.com.
Do you see the difference ...