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Old 20th November 2012, 18:09
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Question Web Client root directories

Hello!

One client on my server have directories in his /var/www/client2:
Code:
/bin
/cgi-bin
/dev
/etc
/home
/lib
/lib64
/log
/run
/ssl
/tmp
/usr
/var
/web
As I know it is normal if this client have ssh user. But this client do not have it. In his panel Max. number of Shell users is 0.
And there are no any Shell Users in Shell-User tab.

This client have only 2 cron jobs for his web shop.

It is normal that this user have this directory list?

P.S. As I know for not ssh user directories must be:
/cgi-bin
/log
/ssl
/tmp
/web


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Old 20th November 2012, 18:13
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It is normal that this user have this directory list?
Yes, thats normal if the user has a cronjob which is jailed. a jailed cronjobs requires the same directories in its chroot then a jailed shell user.
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