//Virtfs is based on the Virtual Services HOWTO and aids in creating and configuring virtual servers.
Written primarily for Linux, Virtfs will make the creation and administation of virtual servers very easy.
Virtfs is released under the General Public License (GPL).
The Virtfs User Guide and the FAQ can be read here.
The Changelog for Virtfs can be read here.
Current release is 0.70.1:
- An administrative user is added by default.
- Now virtual servers are hard linked to a small filesystem created (a template
- With this release, new documentation has been added. Please
- Uses Dialog for the interface - available here - For Redhat 6.x systems, download this RPM (works better).
- Highly configurable and straight forward.
- One script does all the work for you: create, configure and administer your virtual domains for services, users, groups, etc..
- With virtfs you can:
- Create/Remove a Virtual Domain
- Reconfigure the virtual domain's name and IP.
- Configure Apache for your virtual host (Web Service)
- Delete the virtual domain's contents and configuration.
- Add/delete/finger accounts for each domain, providing shell and directory information (with more options now).
- Set passwords for any account on a virtual domain.
- Activate/deactivate Mail and FTP services for the domain.
- Log into any account over on the virtual domain.
- List all users and their shell and directory information for each domain.
- Sendmail: Rebuild mail aliases, view queued mail and create/re-create mail folders for each domain.
- Add/List Groups.
- Log all your actions (optional).
Virtfs can run under a terminal or X-Windows (see the X-Windows section)