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Re: CGI and Virtual Hosts

I know this module, but I think, it can't work efective with many Virtual Hosts - it must either call fork() for every HTTP request or keep running mass of processes... Markus Benning writes:
i just updated to 2.0 and read somthing about a worker module
which can run child processes with different uids for
for different servers.
Heres the link to the documentation of Apache MPM perchild:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/perchild.html I think its still not fully functional but may be it helps. Markus
On Fri, Oct 03, 2003 at 09:38:26PM +0200, Antonin Karasek wrote:
I want to enable CGI on my web-hosting server, but I can't find out a good security model (permitions of files). I don't want files to be readable for others and don't want CGI to run apache's group. The main problem is, that the files must belong to the same group as CGI is run. The best solution could be to chroot CGI scripts, but Apache can't do this (I think).

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