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Disable domlogs with new easy apache configuration

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by webstro, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. webstro

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    Hi there. I have a virtual host that I would like to disable domlogs for. I understand how to add directives using the includes, but how would I comment out or remove domlogs?
     
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    Doesn't seem to . I had read that before asking the question.

    That addresses how to include things, but not how to comment out existing items, like the CustomLog setting.

    Is there a way to do it?
     
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    In the link Infopro provided, read the section on custom templates. Templates are used to generate the VirtualHosts.
     
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    Right. Again, I understand the templates, but how do you use templates to only change certain virtualhosts?
     
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    Re-read the section on Custom Templates. In particular, the portion that begins with "It is also possible to create a custom template that only a single VirtualHost will use."
     
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