Originally Posted by till
Thats a bad idea to change this path as it will cause suexec to stop working, so you will not be able to fully use your websites afterwards. The suxec path is compiled into the apache binaries of the linux distribution, so it makes no sense to change that in ispconfiga s it woll break your system.
The solution for this is a bit different and not a change of the path. Instead you mount the path /home/www as /var/www with mount bind in /etc/fstab.
Thanks a lot! That really solved me a lot of issues and configurations.
I have all my Ubuntu Server 14.04 data in a RAID1 array, so simply associating the paths in fstab it worked just right. Even I hadn't to configute my apps (redmine, mysql data folder, etc) because I mounted the data folders pointing to the array volume path! great solution and very efficient!