|thx for the quick answer.
the link was very useful.
I think I'll go ahead and try to install lsws and have it running with a certain address offset so I can test it. If I can get everythign running smoothly I can go ahead and step back from apache2
I am using ispcfg from: http://www.ispconfig.com/
I guess it won't be hard to get it to know and accept that apache2 will be running from another port, as I don't want to fully renounce apache2 for now until I am really sure lsws can handle anything from the vhost files of apache2 as I don't have the time to learn all the tricks I had to learn for apache2 for lsws right now.
How reliable is lsws in using apache2 vhost files?
Do I have to run lsws as root? isn't it safer to create a user/group for it like I have with apache2 (www-data/www-data using Debian)?
Just noticed another issues I have to look up: logging. ispcfg uses a special apache2 log format to track data and resource usage of the users...
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