plone and redhat

I have installed plone on top of zope.  I have created a web site through the interfaces at: and i can see when using a browser.  however, where is my_site folder?  I have a folder in html/plone_xxx/

Basically, where does plone store a website once it is created?


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Plone stores websites in its own internal database called the ZODB.  The file containing the database is usually called data.fs.

You can find out more about ZODB at:
t42ucsdeduAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your quick response.  So is there a index.htm in this database?

I have a domain named and would like to point this domain to plone site.  The problem is that when setting virtual hosting in apache conf file, I do not where to point to the document root at? is it /html/plone_XXX/ZODB/data.fs ?


There is an index.htm if you created one.

Combining Zope and Apache can get complicated, check this out for a few pointers:

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