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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: Contribution: SuEXEC Options
Date Sun, 15 Nov 1998 18:51:27 GMT
Oezguer Kesim wrote:
> 
> Thus spake Gary Shea (shea@gtsdesign.com):
> 
> > Maybe that's what Randy T. was saying?  Export the hooks and look the
> > other way ;)
> 
> "<Directory /foo> Options SuExec" would be sufficent, see bellow.
> 
> > It sounds like there are two basic approaches:
> > 
> > 1) Option SuEXEC -- The server config determines in what directories
> >     suexec gets called to do cgi/include forks.
> 
> > 2) UserID/GroupID -- The server supports directives which set the
> >     uid/gid to use in a given directory, ... 
> > 
> > I can live comfortably with either approach.
> 
> We could even merge them.
> 
> > Perhaps an extension of the existing User/Group directives into Directory
> > and Location?
> 
> I think, it would be sufficent to have a simple Option "SuExec" per
> <Directory> and <Location>.  The rest could be handled over suexec.conf --
> both, my approach and your uid/gid-pair (maybe you also want following
> symlinks in some cases? hint, hint!)
> 

This would, IMO, go a long way in alleviating some fears :)

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