Yeah, so my /home directory is 1.3 TB large, yet my root directory is only 50GB??? when the root directory has the /home in it?
I took over a virtual server at work after a co-worker left. He, however, setup the server incorrectly at multiple stages and im cleaning them up as I run into them...
Currently I realized that the file system is broken in half onto 2 logical volumes both at 50gb. One is mounted as the root directory and the other as the /home directory.
When creating an addon domain, cpanel defaults to /public_html/addon.com for the root directory for the addon domain. This results in the root directory being /home/acct/public_html/addon.com.
What are the pros and cons of using /addon.com as the root directory instead of /public_html/addon.com?
I have recently configured my new WHM 'VPS optimised 3' and am trying to figure out how to specify which directory an accounts ftp connection defaults to.
Currently when an account user ftp's into their root they are automatically taken to the 'public_html' directory and are unable to go a level up to their home directory.
I am running Ubuntu 12.04 and having various problems. I have traced it back to the fact that my user's home directory (/home/user) is owned by root.
Lets say I boot up my computer and I see the login screen. When I log in as myuser, I want to be restricted to a certain root directory via. chroot.
Let's assume that the directory is /chroots/myuser/. Is this possible to do ?
I have a user which is chrooted to her home directory, but I want her to also be able to manage files within /var/www. As such, I did the following:
root@server:/home/username# ln -s /var/www www
root@server:/home/username# cd www
root@server:/home/username/www# chown username:username *
However, when I try to open /www with FileZilla it returns "no such file or directory".
I have a 200GB DESKTOP hard drive - set up according to a default LVM FEDORA 15 SETUP
However my home directory is full have to delete files / empty downloads to free 1-2 GB to use it
but disk u du show i have
50 GB FREE SPACE IN TMP AND /USR/TMP DIRECTORY
HOW DO I **DO IT SAFELY**
TO FREE THE SPACE IN THOSE EMPTY DIRECTORIES AND MAKE /HOME LARGER BY SAY IE 30GB
DO NOT THINK I NEED
Question: Can I create an encrypted directory with ecryptfs that exists outside of my home directory, which uses the same decryption credentials that my encrypted home directory uses?
Here's the situation:
/dev/sda1 (SSD): /
/dev/sdb1 (HDD): /home
/dev/sdb2 (HDD): /var and /tmp
The above works fine, but I have 80GB free on /dev/sda1 that I'd like accessible from my home directory
I want to place 1 file called "test1.html" in 100 different directories of website.
Directory structure is like the following
/home/domain.com/public_html/ (domain.com name are change for every directory so i use * .
File are here: /root/test1.html
I have try it by : cp test1.html /home/*/public_html/ via root account but give me
cp: omitting directory `/home/domain1.com/public_html/'