The directory into which all Netscape servers associated with a given Administration Server on a given host are installed. Typically designated serverRoot. Compare installation directory, instance directory.
A directory location relative to other files on a server. For example, the default Calendar Server installation on Solaris systems uses the path /opt/SUNWics5/ as the server root.
The directory in which the server program stores its metadata and all the shared files. The directory is set via the P4ROOT environment variable.
where the actual server software and all of its support files are stored
The directory used to store CMS and other iPlanet Server binaries that make up a server group.
A directory on the server machine dedicated to holding the server program, configuration, maintenance, and information files.
The server root is the base directory for your IBM HTTP Server (powered by Apache). Within the server root directory, subdirectories for logs and HTTP server configuration information (config/audit) is saved and stored. If you create a new IBM HTTP Server (powered by Apache) with the Create New HTTP Server wizard, your server root by default is /www/myserver, where "myserver" is your IBM HTTP Server's (powered by Apache).