Originally Posted by till
ISPConfig uses symlinks for that. Using symlinks is much better in my opinion then using the names in the paths, so you dont have to change the path in all your php scripts if the name of xyz cahnges and the symlinks provide perfect names on the shell to navigate easily.
Yes, but the symlinks are only created in the /var/www directory for each site (please note that I am still refering to 126.96.36.199; this could have been changed in 3.0.1). It would be nice to have the /clients directory nicely organised too. Something like this:
In addition, it would also be nice to have the linux user and group configurable, so more meaningful names can be specified.
I'll post a feature request for both of these issues.