Re: [mp2] running make test as unpriveleged user
- Haroon Rafique wrote:
> Yes, the patch fixes the failing tests/sandbox violations. Find attached.You get to break the 1.99_11-dev ice ;) Thanks, committed (with some more XXX
noise, so we get this to polish later)
> SB>I think you will want it in a short run as well (I mean the merging of your
> SB> Another alternative is to introduce a new directory for Apache-Test:
> SB> t/tmp and a corresponding -tmp option to override the default, which
> SB> is probably a cleaner solution in the long run.
> All good ideas for the long run. Not familiar with Apache-Test, so can't
patches into the autogenerated httpd.conf), because all other Apache:: modules
using Apache::Test will have the same issues. So the next time you encounter
this knock again here so we get it into Apache-Test.
> SB> 2) > [Wed Oct 01 18:15:18 2003] [error] (13)Permission denied:That's right, it inherits from the global httpd.conf installed system-wide.
> SB> Couldn't unlink
> SB> > unix domain socket /var/run/cgisock
> SB> I'm trying to understand why do we have this problem when we don't use
> SB> mod_cgid. Is it because mod_cgid gets loaded?
> Good question. Here's what I believe is happening. /usr/sbin/apxs2 is the
> path to my APache eXtenSion tool. During the conf generation process apxs2
> is used to figure out the location of the central config file for apache2
> (/etc/apache2/conf/apache2.conf). This file does have a:
> LoadModule cgid_module modules/mod_cgid.so
> line. References to cgid are then found abundantly in
> t/conf/apache_test_config.pm (another generated file). Finally, the
> following section appears in the generated file t/conf/httpd.conf:
> <IfModule !mod_cgid.c>
> LoadModule cgid_module "/etc/apache2/modules/mod_cgid.so"
> Should (and more importantly how do) we attempt to keep cgid out of theNuh, you gave us the fix, so we are all set ;)
> conf files?
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