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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 9038] - suexec is NOT being called by Apache 2.0.36
Date Wed, 22 May 2002 09:24:19 GMT
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suexec is NOT being called by Apache 2.0.36





------- Additional Comments From colmmacc@redbrick.dcu.ie  2002-05-22 09:24 -------
If you are strictly using DSO for mod_cgid then yes, not using
LoadModule should fix it. Simple not specifying --enable-cgid and
enureing you don't use a threaded mpm on one of the cgid preferred
platforms is also enough.

mod_suexec is a different matter. mod_suexec is the module which
handles the SuexecUserGroup directive, it also spits out the
initial "Suexec mechanism enabled" line in error_log, but that's
all it does. If you built with --enable-suexec then mod_userdir will
still have an id_doer hook. This means that when the cgi is executed
suexec will still be used, regardless of mod_suexec being loaded or
not. Personally I don't consider it a bug, since you specify 
--enable-suexec at configure time .. but it could do with being documented. 

The surefire way to stop this behaviour is to delete the suexec binary.
Without the binary suexec_enabled will not be set by the unix specific
code and mod_userdir will not try to use it.

You don't say wether you are experiencing the bug with mod_cgi, you
shouldnt be with 2.0.36, I can't replicate it. I can't replicate with
the patch applied either with mod_cgid. What's the current status of
this ? Are you experiencing the bug ?

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