always thank you for your precious work.
I have a little problem, or better "annoying" problem.
For unknown reason my server has not configured with a "server certificate" (speaking of Debian Lenny).
Looking in another server (CentOS) I discovered a SSL certificate stored in this folder: /etc/httpd/ssl. It seems that the certs store in ssl folder are used for all my web sites if activated SSL option. This sound good.
But the first server (Debian) have a different behavior. Probabilly the server cant find the SSL certs so that I discovered that apache uses the first site from the folder:
i.e. all sites with the name starting with 000- doesn' respect this, so that the first site used for the SSL Certificate (for the other sites) is the first found in alphabetical order. I.e.:
this mean that if I create a new site, I will have:
(note: without 100- prefix!)
but when I modify the site 'newsite.com' I will have:
as you can see newsite is at beginning so that the (new) SSL cert is not taken from 100-www.site1.com but from 100-www.newsite.com.
I can't understant what is the modification todo to:
* write the server certificate and where and which lines put into (I suppose) into apache config files...
* if (and ....why?) ISPConfig needs to rename the files above.
thank you very much for your help