Re: apache2: clearing the air [please read]
What about the concept of working with the already establish'd
directory system and just making it vhost aware?
* /var/www/the.host.name/ - document root for that host
* /usr/lib/cgi-bin/the.host.name - CGI scripts for that host
* /var/log/apache/the.host.name - logs for that host
This works with the current system and should not cause problems
while attempting to maintain FHS and policy guidelines.
On Thu, Oct 11, 2001 at 03:38:14PM +0100, Richard Kettlewell wrote:
> Daniel Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > The virtual host layout is such:
> > * /var/www/the.host.name/htdocs - document root for that host
> > * /var/www/the.host.name/cgi-bin - CGI scripts for that host
> > * /var/www/the.host.name/logs - logs for that host
> I think a superior approach (for any web server that Debian packages)
> would be to leave /var/www, /usr/lib/cgi-bin and so on as the default
> locations, and invent a new default location for non-default virtual
> Ideally this would be the same across all Linux distributions (or even
> further afield, but that might be too much to hope for), rather than
> being a unilateral Debian invention.
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