lighttpd: /var/www/index.html overwritten without backup
shlomme at gmx.net
Tue Jan 24 16:28:13 UTC 2006
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Krzysztof Krzyzaniak schrieb:
> Steve Purcell wrote:
>>I don't recall being asked about it when lighttpd was last upgraded,
>>but it seems that /var/www/index.html was replaced without a debconf
>>question or a backup being made.
>>I have apache2 installed, albeit not running, and the above file had
>>been edited since the apache installation originally put it there.
>>Although I'm very happy that lighttpd is now being maintained in the
>>official archive, I'm a bit annoyed to find that my file has been
>>nuked, and I'm only glad this wasn't on a production system.
> Hmm, you're right
> Maybe adding /var/www/index.html as conffile would help for now. I will
> check how this is handle in other webserver packages.
maybe we should better go the same way as apache2 does and introduce
/var/www/lighttpd-default/ with our index.html, so we don't run into that
problem any more (additionally to making it a conffile).
Torsten Marek <shlomme at gmx.net>
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