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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 19:51:22 GMT
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suexec is NOT being called by Apache 2.0.36





------- Additional Comments From abatko@cs.mcgill.ca  2002-05-22 19:51 -------
To answer your question, I'm not using SuexecUserGroup directives.

As you suggested, I recompiled apache after having removed cgid from
the list of shared modules. cgi scripts via suexec now work as
expected for the ~devil account that I've cited several times in our
correspondence; so thank you very much for your assistance.

I want you to know that the freebsd apache2 port sets the following
default shared modules:
               all cgid case_filter case_filter_in \
               ext_filter charset_lite deflate bucketeer

I don't know what 'all', 'case_filter', and 'case_filter_in' are.
If 'all' means all modules, then it wouldn't make sense to explicitly
indicate the other few modules.  Clarification here would be nice.
Secondly, typing 'case_filter' into the search text box at
http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/ produced nothing suggesting a module of
that name.  Can anyone explain what 'case_filter' and 'case_filter_in' are
for ?

And do you think that the freebsd porters should be made aware of the
conflict between cgid and suexec ?  It may save people a lot of debugging
time if the freebsd porters changed the default module from cgid to cgi.
If you think this would be a good idea, then please let me know and i'll
send them a note.

Lastly, I just want to know if the issues surfaced during this discussion
will be taken care of by someone.  To relieve you the pain of tracing them,
I'm listing them now:

2002-05-17 15:41 / 15:55 (Aaron Bannert) document --with-suexec-bin option
2002-05-17 15:58 (Joshua Slive) don't report suexec enabled unless can execute
2002-05-22 09:24 (Colm) document loading of mod_suexec

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