User HTML pages
Users may create their own HTML pages and publish them as follows:
- go to your home directory (e.g. on Aisa) and create a subdirectory
- allow access to your home directory and the
setfacl -m u:apachefi:x ~ ~/public_html
- name the file with your main HTML page
index.htmland put it in the
index.htmlfile should be readable by
setfacl -m u:apachefi:r ~/public_html/index.html
- the URL referring to a page created in this way is
- in the
public_htmldirectory, you can create a subtree which then can be linked from your HTML page
In order for the web pages to work, they should be readable by
apachefi user. This can be best achieved by using ACLs (see
man 5 acl and/or
Please note that everyone bears responsibility for the content of their public HTML pages in accordance with the Rules for Use of the FI Computer Network .
Website access logs are stored on Aisa server in
for six months. Each log file is only readable by its owner, i.e. either
if the user no longer exists.
Errors and lines from standard error output are also saved into this file.
Each line is prefixed with
so it is easy to filter these messages using standard UNIX tools:
# error messages only grep '^ERR:' login.log # all except error messages grep -v '^ERR:' login.log