On Wed, 2015-01-14 at 06:47 +0100, Harald Dunkel wrote: > the interface to enable and disable virtual hosts is a2ensite/a2dissite. > That includes the IP/IPv6 address / virtual host names *and* the ports to > listen. apache2.conf should provide just a basic configuration common for > all vhosts and modules. As said before... where Apache listens on and which (whether at all) you have vhosts, is in principle independent from each other. a2en/dissite should not change the listening behaviour. And wrt conf.d, this is IMHO rather other misc stuff, e.g. I put in files there which enforces httpOnly or secure on all cookies,... or things like that. But it doesn't seem to make much sense to make the port-listening such a config snippet which one can disable or enable - if you "disable" the port-listening than you effectively disable the daemon. > I would suggest to move the "default" vhosts for 80/tcp and 443/tcp to their > own host modules in mods-available, making ports.conf obsolete. Then the > default vhosts can be kicked out and replaced using a2dissite, as usual. Maybe I misunderstand you,... but ports.conf doesn't define any vhosts,... and you need to set the listening addresses, even when you do no vhosting at all... so it doesn't make much sense to move something here. Apart from that, which "default" vhost do you mean? There's the default vhost vor IP based vhosting,.. the default one when namebased vhosting is done, an IIRC there's even the "main" server host, which is effectively when you put the config outsite of any IP/name based vhost stanzas. Cheers, Chris.
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