rbb 01/07/04 21:27:57 Modified: docs/manual/mod index-bytype.html index.html mpm_common.html Added: docs/manual/mod mod_suexec.html Log: Add documentation for mod_suexec. And add a note in the old docs about User that SuexecUserGroup now replaces putting User/Group directives inside of VirtualHosts. PR: 7634 Revision Changes Path 1.16 +2 -0 httpd-2.0/docs/manual/mod/index-bytype.html Index: index-bytype.html =================================================================== RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-2.0/docs/manual/mod/index-bytype.html,v retrieving revision 1.15 retrieving revision 1.16 diff -u -d -b -w -u -r1.15 -r1.16 --- index-bytype.html 2001/05/06 05:07:59 1.15 +++ index-bytype.html 2001/07/05 04:27:56 1.16 @@ -136,6 +136,8 @@
-Special note: Use of this directive in <VirtualHost> requires a -properly configured suEXEC wrapper. -When used inside a <VirtualHost> in this manner, only the group -that CGIs are run as is affected. Non-CGI requests are still processed -as the group specified in the main Group directive.
+Special note: Use of this directive in <VirtualHost< is no longer +supported. To implement the suEXEC wrapper +with Apache 2.0, use the +SuexecUserGroup directive. SECURITY: See User for a discussion of the security considerations.
-Special note: Use of this directive in <VirtualHost> requires a -properly configured suEXEC wrapper. -When used inside a <VirtualHost> in this manner, only the user -that CGIs are run as is affected. Non-CGI requests are still processed -with the user specified in the main User directive.
+Special note: Use of this directive in <VirtualHost> is no longer
+supported. To configure your server for
+suexec use SuexecUserGroup.
SECURITY: Don't set User (or Group) to
root unless you know exactly what you are doing, and what the
This module provides support for running CGI scripts as a specified User and Group.
Source File: mod_suexec.c
Module Identifier: suexec_module
Compatibility: Available in Apache 2.0 and later.
This module allows CGI scripts to run as a specified user and Group.
Syntax: SuexecUserGroup User Group
Context: server config, virtual host
Compatibility: SuexecUserGroup is only available in 2.0 and later.
SuexecUserGroup directive allows you to specify a user and
group for CGI programs to run as. Non-CGI requests are still processes
with the user specified in the User directive. This directive replaces
using the User and Group directives inside of VirtualHosts.