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  • Stas Bekman
    ... It still doesn t. Though there is metux: http://www.metux.de/mpm/ which is in works. ... That s right. As explained in link Dermot has quoted above, suexec
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 30, 2005
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      Dermot Paikkos wrote:
      > I really don't know but I was just trying to set up something similar
      > here and noticed that under MP1 you certainly couldn't, see this
      > article:
      > http://perl.apache.org/docs/1.0/guide/install.html#Is_it_possible_to_r
      > un_mod_perl_enabled_Apache_as_suExec_
      >
      > And then I saw this on changes on MP2:
      >
      > "perchild
      >
      > The perchild MPM is similar to the worker MPM, but is extended with a
      > mechanism which allows mapping of requests to virtual hosts to a
      > process running under the user id and group configured for that host.
      > This provides a robust replacement for the suexec mechanism.
      >
      > META: as of this writing this mpm is not working"

      It still doesn't. Though there is metux: http://www.metux.de/mpm/ which is
      in works.

      > It looks like suexec is not an option. There maybe an alternitive in
      > the future though. Perhaps someone else with more knowledge on MP
      > could answer your question better than I can.

      That's right. As explained in link Dermot has quoted above, suexec doesn't
      and won't work under mod_perl (no matter what the version)

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