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Web Settings

BlueOnyx > Site Management > Services > Web Click here to configure web options such as scripting languages.

  • Enable PHP Scripting: Enable the use of suPHP so that PHP scripts run with the UID of their owner. Be sure to configure a siteAdmin as owner of your /web folder through the Web Ownership menu! PLEASE NOTE: If suPHP is enabled, user owned webs are no longer supported and that feature will get turned off.
  • MySQL user and database: Allows you to automatically create or remove a MySQL database and a MySQL user for this site. PLEASE NOTE: If the checkbox is already checked, then unchecking it and saving the changes will remove the MySQL database AND the user.
    • Username: Username of the MySQL user. Has rights and permissions only for the database specified below.
    • Password: MySQL password for the MySQL user in question.
    • Database Name: Name of the MySQL database for this site.
    • Database Host: Host on which the MySQL database is running. Typically this is 'localhost'.
    • Port: Port on which the MySQL server is listening. Typically this is '3306'.
  • Enable JSP and Servlets: Enable to allow the use of JavaServer Pages (JSP) and Servlets.
  • Enable Common Gateway Interface: Enable the user of CGI applications.
  • Enable Server-Side Includes: Enable the user of Server-Side Includes.
  • Enable SSL: Enable SSL to allow secure access to the web server for the site.
  • Bandwidth Limits: Limit the maximum data transfer rate from sites.
  • Enable user owned webs
  • Web Alias Redirects: If a site has multiple Web Server Aliases, then two kinds of behaviours are possible: (a) An URL request to a Web Server Alias URL will redirect to the main sites URL. This is the default. (b) An URL request to a Web Server Alias will not redirect to the main sites URL. Instead the alias will look like an independent site on its own. Please note that this behaviour can be troublesome with web statistics and/or certain CMS systems.
  • Web Server Aliases: Enter additional host or domain names for which this virtual site should accept web requests. Separate multiple entries with commas or spaces. Example: www2.example.com, www.example.com. Note that DNS must be configured to resolve alias addresses in addition to the site name.
userguide/vsite/vsiteweb.txt · Last modified: 2014/07/23 10:41 by