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How-To: create Domain or SubDomain dependent vhost.conf Files...

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by TorbenB, May 28, 2009.

  1. TorbenB

    TorbenB Guest

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    This is more a HOW-TO-Guide than a question.

    Today I searched a lot of time for this solution - maybe this is helpfull for someone.

    1. put a file "handle_domain_create_vhostconf" (or some other name) on the server and make it executeable. File-Content:
    ---
    #!/bin/bash
    mkdir "/srv/www/vhosts/$1/conf"
    echo "<Directory /srv/www/vhosts/$1/httpdocs>" >> /srv/www/vhosts/$1/conf/vhost.conf
    echo " php_admin_value open_basedir \"/srv/www/vhosts/$1/httpdocs:/srv/www/public:/tmp\"" >> /srv/www/vhosts/$1/conf/vhost.conf
    echo "</Directory>" >> /srv/www/vhosts/$1/conf/vhost.conf
    /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/websrvmng --reconfigure-vhost --vhost-name=$1
    apache2ctl -k restart
    ---


    2. Open Plesk "Event-Manager" and select Entry for "Domain Creation"
    Enter into the Command-Textarea:
    ---
    handle_domain_create_vhostconf ${NEW_DOMAIN_NAME}
    ---

    This will call your script on creation of a new domain an pass the name of the domain to your script. The script will write your settings to the domains new vhos.conf, call the websrvmng and restart apache - your settings will be available directly after domain-creation.

    Same way for Subdomains - just do it the analogue way:
    ---
    handle_subdomain_create_vhostconf ${NEW_DOMAIN_NAME} ${NEW_SUBDOMAIN_NAME}
    ---
    mkdir "/srv/www/vhosts/$1/subdomains/$2/conf"
    echo "<Directory /srv/www/vhosts/$1/subdomains/$2/httpdocs>" >> /srv/www/vhosts/$1/subdomains/$2/conf/vhost.conf
    echo " php_admin_value open_basedir \"/srv/www/vhosts/$1/subdomains/$2/httpdocs:/srv/www/public:/tmp\"" >> /srv/www/vhosts/$1/subdomains/$2/conf/vhost.conf
    echo "</Directory>" >> /srv/www/vhosts/$1/subdomains/$2/conf/vhost.conf
    /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/websrvmng --reconfigure-vhost --vhost-name=$2.$1
    apache2ctl -k restart
    ---

    Thats it
    Hope this was helpfull ;-)

    Regards,
    Torben
     
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