On 8/25/06, albi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Fri, 25 Aug 2006 01:15:52 -0400
"Don Munyak" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I want to build a FreeBSD webserver to replace a M$ IIS web server.
> I've started researching using Jails but am a little confused.
> Given I am hosting four(4) websites, would I have four separate jails.
> each jail having a separate install of apache + php + mysql ?
> or would I be installing apache + php + mysql at the base system, and
> then have four separate jails for each web site and database files ??

there are even more possibilities :
- 1 host, 1 jail, apache with virtual hosts
- 1 host, 1 "build-jail", 4 apache-jails
- 1 host, apache with virtual hosts

do you have different ip-addresses for those websites ?

No for different IP's. Each will share a common IP. Apache would do
hostname redirecting for incoming requests...I presume. I guess in
this case the following would be the direction I'm headed

- 1 host, 1 jail, apache with virtual hosts

Thanks again
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