[Chugalug] Running multi sites on one(non virt) machine
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Sun Jun 23 18:52:59 UTC 2013
I like the way virtualmin <http://www.virtualmin.com/> (A webmin addon)
handles this, even if I don't always use the software. You can use it
for configuration, then shut it down when not needed if it's overhead is
in the way.
In short, each website / apache virtual host gets it's own user, unless
it is a sub-server under and existing user. It's a good data
For web site setup operations it is also a useful learning tool, change
an option and see what it did in the configuration file(s). etckeeper +
git is your friend here.
On 06/23/2013 01:51 PM, Dave Brockman wrote:
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> On 6/23/2013 12:07 PM, Lynn Dixon wrote:
>> Virtual hosts in apache are awesome. Put each sites web root in
>> their own directory. I have multiple users with their own domains
>> and I keep their Web root in their home directory. Selinux is your
>> friend for this. I can explain further if you need.
>> On Jun 23, 2013 11:48 AM, "Rod-Lists" <rod-lists at epbfi.com
>> <mailto:rod-lists at epbfi.com>> wrote:
>> What is the best practices on /www directory structure. Also what
>> is best practices on directing traffic to the different sites?
>> Redirect to subdomains with masking? Reverse proxy and alt
>> ports(nginx)? Virtual ports with apache?
> I prefer virtual users to system users, so I don't use home
> directories, but I do have a separate wwwroot for each site/domain:
> Figure that out before you start fscking around with DNS
> rewriting/masking, reverse proxies, etc. None of those are going to
> help your friend's two year old unpatched WordPress installation from
> being hacked btw.....
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