Time to ship your symfony app to production? Here are some flight checks. Lets assume your symfony app is in folder symfony-app
1. Don’t put Symfony app in the public accessible folder on your server
If your servers public facing folder is, say, /var/www/html, then don’t put the whole symfony folder there.
Choose another deeper and non-public facing folder. Let say /apps/symfony-app. I will list how you would put the public facing folders later.
For this to happen run this command on your server
2. Pushing your code to production server
You can use FTP client like filezilla or cyberduck and put your code in /apps
If you are using git, then you can clone your app like this
git clone https://email@example.com/username/symfony-app.git symfony-app
Continue reading Deploying Symfony on Production Server
OK, the ultimate wisdom is you will put your index file on the webserver accessible directory and your website would be visible – right? Well, not all the time.
Apache might decide to list your files even though you put your index.php in the directory you are expecting..
The thing lies on the default configuration of your server. If the default http.conf file has the directory setting to list then it will list even in the virtual hosts.
The fix Add your DirectoryIndex
So typical .htaccess or your setting in http.conf file would look like
...you other configs
DirectoryIndex index.php //or whatever you want it to start from
....your other configs