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Old 1st February 2010, 05:58
yashiharu yashiharu is offline
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Exclamation How to change the httpd web root to /home?

I've installed ISPCONFIG 3 on CentOS 5.4 i386

disk partition:

ISPCONFIG 3 now is using the space of /var (which is /)

i would like to change the http web root to /home

how can i do it?

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Old 1st February 2010, 10:00
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Its a bad idea to change it to home as functions like suexec (which you need to run cms systems in your websites) is no working with /home as web root. If you dont have enough free space in /var, you move the files and folders from /var/www to /home and then remount the former /home partitions as /var/www and create a new /home folder.
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