Because it doesn't relate to custom sites that you create at all? It's
talking about how different services will start web applications on their
own, and you shouldn't just kill web applications off just because you
didn't specifically start them.
On 8/3/11 5:23 PM, "Tim Bloom" <email@hidden> wrote:
>Yeah, while those documents he talks about are certainly good to know
>about, I can't for the life of me decypher how they relate to custom
>sites and how their exampleVhostSites.conf files are configured.
>Unfortunately it's that OS X is rewriting them constantly that's causing
>my headache. If only they'd just rewritten the Server Admin.app plugin
>for this new XML system. Or even given a clear and proper way to do it
>any other way.
>> Not a direct answer, but recommended reading about web services in Lion
>> This is the end-result of some folks at Apple believing this is
>>**_easier_** and **_better_** than what's come before.
>> Interesting, yes ! And I'm grateful to the author of the above
>> But please now cue the sound of all pre-Lion sysadmins around the
>> at once
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