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apache2 php4 as fcgi over suexec

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by regen, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. regen

    regen Guest

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    Hello,
    i want to perform a configuration like thisthis with plesk. I want that the user can run php scripts with its own user/group only, such like in the tutorial above.

    But i've no idea how plesk handles the apache templating.. i've found a template under /opt/psa/admin/conf/httpsd.conf. I think it's for the plesk login only, am i right?

    where can i find the main template that generate the domain user files?
    for example: /var/www/vhosts/domain.de/conf/httpd.include
     
  2. regen

    regen Guest

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    hell! is there no support for such a simple question or have i mispelled something?

    i would do some changes in the apache2 configuration, chages for every user.
     
  3. pdreissen

    pdreissen Guest

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    Please search articles about vhost.conf that is what you need!

    You need to create a vhost.conf in the domain/conf/ directorie in which you make your changes.

    After you create the vhost.conf file, run:

    /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/websrvmng -a -v

    That way the vhost.conf will be included into the httpd.include (in the same dir). if you want to template this then you need to create a batch script which you fire with a new event (look for event manager)!
     
  4. regen

    regen Guest

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    but i won't do that for each domain.

    a batch script? for templating! is there a reference for that things? i've found only silly GUI hoto's, but not whats going deeper into the matter.
     
  5. regen

    regen Guest

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    ok, i understand the concept.

    what you meant with the script,
    to generate a complete vhost.conf?
     
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