ftp chroot directory structure
ray at stilltech.net
Fri Apr 27 03:12:59 UTC 2007
I am setting up a new web server that must host data from an existing
webserver. We've never had an organized folder structure for private data,
(passwords, secure data, etc) and I'm trying to change that.
there are currently a number of virtual sites all handled through apache
virtualhosts. all (or at least most) users must have ftp access.
my original thought was this:
contains a soft link to
and the ftpchroot is
this doesn't work like I wanted it to. I can't follow the link with an ftp
client. obviously the best solution would be
with domain1 as the ftp root
and pub_data as the http root,
but I'm not the developer of all the sites, and I don't want to have to
trouble shoot other peoples possibly incorrectly written sites (hard coded
What can you suggest as my best solution?
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