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/var is simply the default and most people stick with default in everything they do. If it is a simple site, then there is little reason to change it. I manage a very complex web application and found it useful to move it to /srv so that it is isolated from other stuff. This is really more for my convenience and to protect myself from my own carelessness ...


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If this isn't you, then it must be somebody else... It's common for the web to have Bots, Spiders and Crawlers. Check your log files for the IP to see where the request is coming from. These crawlers usually just use "common" URL paths in the hope that you're using them. If they are just crawling you, then that is not an immediate security threat. But if ...


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Looks like you need to set up an A NAME record as well: https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-point-my-root-domain-to-my-new-cloudways-server/ And make sure domain mapping is set up correctly: https://support.cloudways.com/how-do-i-take-my-website-live-from-cloudways/ And don't forget it takes some time for the new settings to propagate world-wide: ...



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