Patrick, have you seen:
if you put in your apache2 conf somewhere to load a .conf file, and
inside that file, if it says to include myapp.common, then it will
load up all your directives.
I always drop a line in my httpd.conf that looks like this:
That way, any file that ends in .conf inside the /etc/ directory gets
loaded by apache.
A capistrano script like this one:
will help you setup all those files. Simply run cap setup and point
it at a box and it will do all the work for you.
On 11/12/06, Patrick A. [email protected] wrote:
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