The traditional lighttpd.conf file is not to be found and the /etc/lighttpd/conf-available entry looks strange. I’ve googled without success to find how the webserver is setup. I’m looking to add an additional virtual server. Any pointers?
I think you are mistaken and maybe as confused as me.
Openhabian is the distribution in that includes a customised version of Raspbian Buster (hence the name). It does install and run lighttpd as the openhab webserver - but not in a way I can decipher having run webservers for the last twenty years. Lighttpd.conf is not to be found and the usual hunt round /etc/init.d didn’t reveal an obvious replacement. (and yes I did verify lighttpd was active).
No it does not.
At least not by intention. There’s no reference to it in the code that I’m aware of. It might be a side effect of other packages to get installed, but that’s the first time I hear about that software.
It also is not the server used in openHAB. The openHAB HTTP server is jetty, and gets installed as part of the openhab2 package(s).
You still did not mention neither OS nor HW nor the exact install method you use although requested and required to help.