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From Ryan Bloom <...@covalent.net>
Subject Re: apache 2.0 perchild with php
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2001 16:19:21 GMT
On Wednesday 19 December 2001 06:47 am, PBal wrote:

I'll be working on getting perchild working again starting today or tomorrow.

I've been too busy to keep it up-to-date, but since so many people have
mentioned needing it, I'm going to just hack through it ASAP.

Ryan 

> Hi Everyone!
> 
> I tried lots of stuff to get this setup working, but without success.
> The perchild MPM is important, because I have different sites hosted on a machine any

> it would be good if they couldn't read echo others php scripts, so I'd have to run them
as 
> different users (there are passwords in those files, for instance).
> The story:
> The first thing I tried was 2.028 beta with php 4.1. Compiled Apache with modifying a

> line (probably a type error?) in the source file perchild.c. Compiled php without 
> problems.
> Edited httpd.conf appropiately; inserted line LoadModule, [...] application/x-httpd-php

> [...] and the rest...
> Result: It always just returned the php files without processing. I thought let's try
a 
> newer PHP version. Compiled last weeks CVS tree. And it finally did what it was 
> expected to! index.php returned an error that an included file could not be found. This

> was logical, because there was no php.ini and the include dir was not configured. I set

> up php.ini in the directory shown by phpinfo(), and restarted the server: SEGFAULT. 
> When I removed php.ini, it worked again...
> Then I tried the latest apache CVS, but perchild didn't compile in any of them. I even

> tried 2.0.18 with php 4.0.6, both official releases. They compiled wonderfully compared

> to what I've expected, but it returns the pages unprocessed! After almost a week of 
> continous compiling and some "experience" I thought someone in this world surely 
> succeeded with this, so what should I try to make it work?... waiting for the final release

> is no option. :)
> 
> Is there another way of doing the same thing (running PHPs as different users)?
> If yes, what exactly?
> 
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
> 
> Balazs
> 
> 
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