I just got my own server installed and ready to go with red hat on it. I was just curious where the proper place would be to place all of my rails projects? usr/local? usr/local/src? /rails_projects? Just need to know the proper place to put them. Thanks!
on 2007-02-26 19:14
on 2007-02-26 19:28
Personally I just create a user for each project, and host it a subdirectory. For a petworld project /home/petworld/production/live Ben Johnson wrote: > I just got my own server installed and ready to go with red hat on it. I > was just curious where the proper place would be to place all of my > rails projects? > > usr/local? > usr/local/src? > > > /rails_projects? > > Just need to know the proper place to put them. > > Thanks!
on 2007-02-26 19:42
Develop or deploy? On my home machine I have a main rails subdirectory under my home directory where I do development. On my home machine: Deployment via Apache is under the servers home directory - /var/www/ on my machine. If you are on a hosting service it depends on where they give you space. On Dreamhost I have lots of directories above and beyond the one for each domain and subdomain, but they all have to be under my home - that's the way Dreamhost works. If you have VPS then its as if you owned the machine ... but stick with some scheme, don't dance around. I'd put deployed stuff under /var/www but then I'm used to *NIX conventions.
on 2007-02-26 19:45
David Harkness wrote: > Personally I just create a user for each project, and host it a > subdirectory. > > For a petworld project > /home/petworld/production/live > > > That's not a bad way to do it, but I think creating a user for actual users is probably a better idea. Then I can just group each user and give each group access to a specific project. Just wondering where to put this projects directory where it makes sense, since many different users will be accessing a specific project.