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From Vadim Gritsenko <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: sexy open source
Date Wed, 14 Aug 2002 21:31:49 GMT
Peter Lerche wrote:

>On Wednesday 14 August 2002 16:44, Vadim Gritsenko wrote:
>  
>
>>Antonio Gallardo Rivera wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>The same here! ;)
>>>
>>>El Miércoles, 14 de Agosto de 2002 07:02, Manos Batsis escribió:
>>>      
>>>
>>>>>From: Vegan Portal [mailto:veganportal@yahoo.de]
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>...
>>
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>>
>>>>>8) Web frontend
>>>>>Proposal: Apache
>>>>>Remarks: This is only for security reasons - the task
>>>>>of Apache is just to forward the requests. I think
>>>>>more of you are using it, true?
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>>>Not needed.
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>Not needed
>>>      
>>>
>>Can somebody explain how to run Tomcat on port 80 under user with no
>>root priviledges?
>>    
>>
>
>Hi Vadim your question is a bit off topic.... but ...OK .
>

Hey, come on,  today is offtopic day! See all these messages fly? None 
of them are Cocoon related ;-P


>I assume that you are taking about  Tomcat running on a *nix.
>All ports below 1024 (correct me if I am wrong the port no.) is reserved
>for root only.
>

I know that, hence the question. Apache can do change uid on its file 
serving childs, but that's not an option for Java app like Tomcat.


> Just run Tomcat on port 8080 and make a port map in your 
>firewall 80->8080  (you would not run a webserver without a firewall WELL...)
>

(yes, I use f/wall built into my modem)


>It is a lot safer to run the server on 8080 you can create a user with nice 
>restricted userrights. 
>

That's was my point.

So, the answer is:
Apache + Tomcat  can be replaced with firewall (linux iptables?) + Tomcat.


Thanks to Rossel for the hint.

Vadim

>Peter Lerche
>
>  
>
>>Vadim
>>
>>...
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>>


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