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From "Dave" <d...@hawk-systems.com>
Subject RE: Symlink directories
Date Tue, 02 Jul 2002 20:10:08 GMT
Clarification
Apache 1.3.19 (ssl, suexe, php)
on FreeBSD 4.5

>
>For sake of organization, wish to structure the following...
>
>home directories segregated alphabetically
>	/usr/home/j/joeuser
>	/usr/home/m/maryuser
>
>users will have public http documents in a folder of the same name
>	/usr/home/j/joeuser/joeuser
>
>domains (or more appropriately virtual domain containers) in a domain folder
>	/usr/home/j/joeuser/joedomain.com
>	/usr/home/j/joeuser/joeotherdomain.com
>
>these individual domains are easily mapped inside the virtualhost containers to
>the docroot
><VirtualHost 192.168.1.1>
>    ServerName joedomain.com
>    DocumentRoot /usr/home/j/joeuser/joedomain.com
></VirtualHost>
>
>What I would like to do is have all user directories(public) and domain
>directories also available via a server domain...
><VirtualHost 192.168.1.1>
>    ServerName web5.isp.com
>    DocumentRoot /www/ispserver
></VirtualHost>
>
>then symlink in all the user directories and domain names in a fashion such as
>	web5.isp.com/joeuser
>	web5.isp.com/joedomain.com
>
>would like to do this dynamically /usr/home/*/*/*  ??  so that any
>newly created
>user directories or added domains can be instantly accessible via the servers
>domain name for viewing/testing whatever.
>
>Thoughts comments, RTFM pointers?  missing something here because attempt to
>symlink to date generate a 	Symbolic link not allowed:
>/www/ispserver/joeuser/
>even with FollowSymLinks in the main and virtualhost containers
>
>thanks
>
>Dave


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