On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 3:41 PM, Ed Heron<Ed at heron-ent.com> wrote: > I use named virtual hosts on my web servers, as I'm sure many others do. > > I'm used to the method of using a vhost directory for the container files. > I didn't find documentation for it in the CentOS docs or the Apache docs. > I'm not sure if I should take it as a hint that it is depreciated... If > I've missed something, please point me to it. > > I've written a quick little article detailing how to create a vhost > directory under CentOS. > It is at http://wiki.centos.org/EdHeron/ApacheVhostDir > > Please, consider this a request to create the page > TipsAndTricks/ApacheVhostDir with access given to wiki user EdHeron. > > -------------------- > Ed Heron > I always figured that the "CentOS way" to handle that was to put them into the conf.d folder. Is there an advantage to using this method? One thing I can think of is that the conf.d is included in the middle of the httpd.conf file, while this would be at the bottom.