Axel Thimm a écrit : > On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 02:13:13PM +0100, Jean-Marc LIGER wrote: > >> The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard recommends /srv/www but only one of the >> big, SuSE, uses it. >> > > Actually it doesn't. For big sites hosting various services it > recommends a /srv/<domain>/<service> layout as well. It also makes > rights management easier (give admins of domainX full access to > /srv/domainX, admins of domainY full access to /srv/domainY and so > on). > > In fact it is deliberately left to the site admin how to deal with it, > which is why no vendor or distribution should touch anything inside > /srv other than offering the /srv folder itself. SuSE uses /srv/www for its packaging Web Apps : http://en.opensuse.org/Build_Service/Build_Service_Installation_Tutorial/CentOS But I agree hosting domainX Web Apps should be in /srv/domainX.