Quote:> I haven't seen these articles, but we set up a separate server instance (i.e.,
> a new button on the server admin page) for each virtual server. Then
> within the settings for that server you can specify the doc root, cgi-bin root,
> and logfile locations.
Thanks for the input, and I hope you can help me further...
Did you have to set each server up on a different port other than the
default port 80? If you did, then you have to refer to each different
"http://www.virtual-server-2.com:82/" and so on and so forth, correct?
I'd rather not have to specify the port number, which is why I went with
the hardware virtual server setup, where each URL is bound to a different
TCP/IP address, not a different port.
Only problem is that a hit to "http://www.state.hi.us/index.html" goes in
the log file as a hit to file "/index.html".
A hit to "http://gov.state.hi.us/index.html", which is the identical file
of "http://www.state.hi.us/gov/index.html", goes in the same log file ALSO
as a hit to "/index.html", which is wrong.
If I had a separate log file for each, then there would be no problem, but
I don't see where I can configure this on the screens the Netscape
Enterprise Server Administrator provides.
> > I want a set up where each virtual server has its own document root AND
> > its own log file.
> > Netscape's software virtual server just sets up a "single-page" home page
> > and that is it (What good is that?). All links on it fail because they
> > refer to subdirectories.
> I don't have a clue what you mean by this.
When I access "http://www.state.hi.us/gov/", all the links to
subdirectores work fine, and images refered to in subdirectories also
show up. Now if I create a "software virtual server" configuration called
"http://test.state.hi.us/" and have that point to the same directory as
"http://www.state.hi.us/gov/", all of a sudden, none of the links work
anymore. In effect, I only have that single page for that entire
department because none of their other linked pages work, not to mention
images that were supposed to show on that page.
Quote:> The default is that all the access go into a single log file, but you can
> change that default.
Do you know where to configure this?
Thanks for the input....Aloha from Hawaii...