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From c...@decus.org (Rodent of Unusual Size)
Subject the setting about suEXEC (fwd)
Date Mon, 23 Jun 1997 16:48:21 GMT
    Not acknowledged.

    #ken    :-)}
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Date: Mon, 23 Jun 1997 18:20:20 +0800
From: Wayne Chiang <cwchiang@email.gcn.net.tw>
Subject: the setting about suEXEC
To: Coar@DECUS.Org

Dear Sir:

     I  use Apache to build virtual hosts, but some users' cgi programs
take  a lot of resources. I want to use suEXEC to control the resource
of user's cgi program.
I have seen the menu and added "User XXX" in the <VirtualHost>. When I
run a cgi, the apache always echoes "Internal Server Error". Could you
give me a sample how I can set suEXEC function . Thank you!

this is my setting in httpd.conf
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#
#HomePage for willtron
#
<VirtualHost www.willtron.com>
User willtron               <=== Is the settings  right ?
Group vhost
ServerAdmin willtron@www.willtron.com
DocumentRoot /vhost/willtron
ServerName www.willtron.com
ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /vhost/willtron/cgi-bin/
# sec                         <=== Is the settings  right ?
RLimitCPU 3
#500K
RLimitMEM 500000
#No.
RLimitNPROC 2
</VirtualHost>
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