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Python 3 developer and entrepreneur, author of Porting to Python 3.

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Sep
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
7
comment PHP app is single-threaded and ignores timeouts
@ceejayoz: How annoying. But shouldn't Apache also time out?
Jan
7
comment PHP app is single-threaded and ignores timeouts
@ceejayoz: So you are saying that the application is doing something to prevent this?
Jan
7
comment PHP app is single-threaded and ignores timeouts
@MichaelHampton: It's a PHP app. lythgoes.net/genealogy/software.php Since it's executed by Apache, that should reasonably not be relevant?
Jan
7
awarded  Commentator
Jan
7
asked PHP app is single-threaded and ignores timeouts
Oct
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
27
comment Secure write access to system file (/etc/aliases)
You still didn't read my answer, I notice. I'll repeat for clarity: The customer is using sendmail. Is this somehow difficult to grasp? Also, using aliases makes it possible for most people to use this software, no matter what MTA they are using, as an added bonus. For example me, as my local machine does not use sendmail. Did you read it now?
Jun
27
accepted Secure write access to system file (/etc/aliases)
Jun
27
comment Secure write access to system file (/etc/aliases)
First you give an answer that doesn't answer the question, and then you ignore half of my comment above. Good work.
Jun
26
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
26
comment Secure write access to system file (/etc/aliases)
I'm (or rather this customer is) using sendmail, and I'm also choosing to implement this using aliases precisely because other MTS's often have compatibility mechanisms for it.
Jun
26
comment Secure write access to system file (/etc/aliases)
Right, because of course root can still write the file even though it's owned by the web user! Duh! :-) Good ideas for even higher security too. I'll make sure the app is flexible enough to deal with it if users want to set it up like that.
Jun
26
asked Secure write access to system file (/etc/aliases)
Mar
1
awarded  Critic
Feb
25
comment Migrating mysql 4 to mysql 5
Seems to have worked.
Feb
25
accepted Migrating mysql 4 to mysql 5
Feb
21
awarded  Student
Feb
19
answered Migrating mysql 4 to mysql 5
Feb
19
comment Migrating mysql 4 to mysql 5
It's mostly about upgrading with mysql_upgrade, so no. It contains long lists of incompatibilties, but nothing that seems to have to do with my syntax error above.