You can configure your httpd in such a way that all vhost are in a separate file and the whole directory is included in httpd.conf. Then a simple script can be used to move vhost file to a disabled... [by guddibaaz]
I've got multiple named vhosts on an Apache web server (CentOS 5, Apache 2.2.3).
Each vhost has their own config file in /etc/httpd/vhosts.d and these vhost config files are included from the main httpd conf with...
I frequently move directory trees to other locations or copy their tarballs to other machines, and I would like to have a method to check whether any symlinks in a directory tree A point to locations outside of A since these will be broken in the moved / copied directory.
Hello. I'm trying to figure out how to set up multiple domains in my /home/user directory. So, I wish to set up a public_html space to host two different domains. I've been able to enact mod userdir following this site's instructions.
We are in the process of centralizing IT to a data center in a single location. I currently have 12 different operating companies that need a shared security and exchange functionality. As it stands they are all separate individual domains of varying levels.
Other vhost files are being served correctly on this host. It is properly symlinked; the directory exists. Is there a reason why this is not working? I don't see anything in the standard apache server logs.
first i have created one active directory with some domain name. then for the sake of my project work i need another domain zone in that active directory.through Domain zone option i can created that child domain.. but it is not there in my active directory domains and trust option.