I have a problem with my ISPconfig. I'm using it for a development server mainly for testing so I'm not afraid of messing around with it
I have a Ubuntu 7.10 running and I set it up with the "Perfect Ubuntu 7.10 setup" and installed ISPconfig straight after. ISPconfig works great ... I've got everything running smoothly but my problem is that the hard drive I'm using doesn't have a lot of space left on it. I do though have another hard drive that has around 200 GB's left so I would like to use that hard drive for my Document Root. So I just want to move the /var/www folder to /media/sda/var/www and I already did so, worked fine. After that I changed the "Document Root" in ISPconfig under Management -> Settings -> Web and I can see both in the Vhosts_ispconfig.conf files that ISPconfig changed the Document Root there.
My problem is though, that Apache seems to skip this change and is still trying to retrieve the files from /var/www ... I've tried restarting Apache, force-reloading but it doesn't seem to work. The HTTPD.conf file in /etc/apache2 is empty so I can't declare the DocumentRoot there ...
How can I make this work? Please, somebody help me!