vhosts-base (was: apache2: clearing the air [please read])
J.D.Gilbey@qmw.ac.uk (Julian Gilbey) wrote on 12.10.01 in <[🔎] 20011012141058.A2436@polya>:
> On Fri, Oct 12, 2001 at 10:54:32PM +1000, Daniel Stone wrote:
> > > It would acutually:
> > >
> > > VHOSTROOT/ - root directory for all my virtual hosts
> > > +- <hostname>/ - root directory for a single virtual host
> > > +- etc/ - configuration files (apache config, email alises,
> > > etc.) | for that vhost
> > > +- cgi-bin/ - CGI scripts
> > > +- http/ - publicly accessible stuff via http
> > > +- mail/ - mail configuration
> > > +- ftp/ - publicly accessible stuff via ftp
> > > +- db/ - databases
> > Sick. This is actually quite a good idea, but imho we should probably
> > define VHOSTROOT *shrug*
> > Just saves all the packages doing all this work to find it, but there
> > you go.
> Put it in /etc/vhost.conf as we do for things like mailname?
Let's make a list of what's needed. Then decide if that needs a new vhosts-
And this time, let's not forget to talk to debian-policy. I'll copy them.
Stuff I think we need:
- a path where vhosts are rooted
- possibly one or more skeleton directories for vhosts, to be used when
creating a new host (should be *completely* empty as delivered by Debian)
- scripts to create and deactivate (and possibly, delete) vhosts, these
should probably use run-parts so this thing can (1) be supported by any
package that wants to support vhosts, and (2) additionally use local
scripts set up by the admin.
/<package>/<package-specific>? Is there any use for this?