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use mode 3 virtual (I think) /var/www/220.127.116.11/domain1.com /var/www/18.104.22.168/domain1.co.uk in the user side, set up symlinks to point to the 'real' location. tux cannot follow symlinks or hardlinks (if I recall) you might be able to get away with mode 2 virtual and just do /var/www/domain1.com /var/www/domain1.co.uk and set up symlinks in /home/htdocs/hosted/domain1/domain1.co.uk to point to /var/www/domain1.co.uk On Thu, 2003-07-31 at 12:16, Alex Kemp wrote: > Looking to use TUX on a brand-new server (RH8) but need to fit in with the > Apache virtual-hosts & directory structure inherited from a previous > hosted-situation. In spite of spending an afternoon in research (my head is > spinning) I just cannot see the way to configure the 3 TUX directives to fit > in with the existing structure. Is it possible? Here is the relevant config > bits in Apache: > > DocumentRoot /home/htdocs/hosted/ > > <VirtualHost xx.xx.xx.xx> > DocumentRoot /home/htdocs/hosted/domain1/domain1.com > ServerName domain1.com > .. > </VirtualHost> > > <VirtualHost xx.xx.xx.xx> > DocumentRoot /home/htdocs/hosted/domain1/domain1.co.uk > ServerName domain1.co.uk > .. > </VirtualHost> > > <VirtualHost xx.xx.xx.xx> > DocumentRoot /home/htdocs/hosted/domain2/domain2.co.uk > ServerName domain2.co.uk > .. > </VirtualHost> > > etc > > The existing sites are built on this directory-structure & could not be > easily changed. In spite of concerns over TUX stability with Xeon cpus (was > that ever sorted?) & all the other stuff I would like to use it, but this > aspect of virtual mass-hosting is stopping me.
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