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Where am I going to put these codes in Apache/2.2.9 (Debian)

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Need urgent help as I'm still at work and it's already 9:00pm.
we transfer our site to a new webserver with the new debian apache2 package.
now, with the debian apache2 package, everything is modularized and took me time to know where to set the virtualhosts. now with the htaccess or security settings as posted below.

thanks
#MYWEBSITE1
<Directory "/var/www/mywebsite1">
AllowOverride All
Options +FollowSymLinks Indexes
Order deny,allow
</Directory>
 
#MYWEBSITE2
<Directory "/var/www/mywebsite2">
AllowOverride All
Options +FollowSymLinks Indexes
Order deny,allow
</Directory>

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you should put them in httpd-vhosts.conf if already enable this file in main config file httpd.conf as below; also make sure to create folder logs in each appropriate folder to make it work

NameVirtualHost *:80
 
#MYWEBSITE1
<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerName www.mywebsite1.com
ServerAlias mywebsite1.com mywebsite1
DocumentRoot /var/www/mywebsite1
ErrorLog /var/www/mywebsite1/logs/error.log
CustomLog /var/www/mywebsite1/logs/access.log common
<Directory "/var/www/mywebsite1">
AllowOverride All
Options +FollowSymLinks Indexes
Order deny,allow
</Directory>
</VirtualHost>
 
#MYWEBSITE2
<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerName www.mywebsite2.com
ServerAlias mywebsite2.com mywebsite2
DocumentRoot /var/www/mywebsite2
ErrorLog /var/www/mywebsite2/logs/error.log
CustomLog /var/www/mywebsite2/logs/access.log common
<Directory "/var/www/mywebsite2">
AllowOverride All
Options +FollowSymLinks Indexes
Order deny,allow
</Directory>
</VirtualHost>

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btw, I've copied and pasted, and after posted, I've recognized you had little mistake in your script which should includes some permission after "Order deny,allow"; for example

Order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

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btw, httpd.conf file should be in apache2 dir and httpd-vhosts.conf file should be in apache2/extra dir
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