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I have two programs running under chroot. They are communicate each other via unix domain socket and one of them is apache httpd. I have %10 performance lost.
@imz--IvanZakharyaschev comments on pehrs's answer that it may be possible with the introduction of namespaces, but this hasn't been tested and posted as an answer. Yes, that does indeed make it possible for a non-root user to use chroot. Given a statically-linked dash, and a statically-linked busybox, and a running bash shell running as non-root: $ mkdir ...
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