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Is there a way of adding a logs folder as part of default Plesk skeleton? I would like to include error logging into a file in the vhost directory as a part of vhost.conf in /var/www/vhosts/.skel/0 but I don't want to risk the server tripping if the developer fails to add it to the folder.

I know that skeleton only accepts:

  • httpdocs
  • conf
  • cgi-bin
  • anon_ftp
  • error_docs

but is there any way around it?

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You could probably code a simple script called after each new domain creation and putting your files or folder in a domain. You can find more information in Event Handlers topic of Plesk documentation

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Thank you - that's exactly what I was looking for – Kasia Gogolek Jul 11 '12 at 10:51

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