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gilas 8th March 2013 12:01

neteye with ispconfig3
I have ISPCONFIG3 installed on a VPS and NETEYE to check if the VPS in online, works correctly, etc.
Since the last update of ISPCONFIG3 to v. NETEYE send a message concerning the LATEST site created.
Inspecting some files I discovered that, when I create a NEW site, fstab is affected by ISPCONFIG3, ie. I find a new line added:

/var/log/ispconfig/httpd/ /var/www/clients/client2/web57/log non
e bind,nobootwait 0 0

maybe that NETEYE checks fastab to calculate the VPS quota and doesn't access to the directory listed.

Obviously this is not a ISPCONFIG error, but my question is: why ISPCONFIG write this line? And moreover: there is a way to avoid this?

Infact my installation works only for my server without some services (mail, DNS, etc.) only apache/php/ftp. I have no primary/slave server, is "all in one".

thank you for your answer

Parsec 9th March 2013 00:33

I to have mounts added to fstab that i don't understand. eg:

/var/log/ispconfig/httpd/ /var/www/clients/client1/web1/log    none    bind,nobootwait    0 0
/var/log/ispconfig/httpd/ /var/www/clients/client4/web4/log    none    bind,nobootwait    0 0
/var/log/ispconfig/httpd/ /var/www/clients/client3/web3/log    none    bind,nobootwait    0 0
... and so on

One for each website. I have checked the latest manual etc but find no information about these entries and thus do not understand their purpose.

Could someone enlighten me as to their usefulness?

Parsec 10th March 2013 01:55

So no one knows why these are created?

spazio 22nd July 2013 22:18

Same probleme here, I have one line per site!!!
This is new, it wasnt like that with previous version.
Is this normal???

florian030 22nd July 2013 22:24

the --bind-mounts are created to allow the shell-users access to their logfiles.

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