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comment Lookup of objectsid slow in ACL view
It's a single domain, on a LAN. I couldn't spot any pattern in it.
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comment fcgid, suexec, and userdir
Thanks a lot! Works exactly as I asked for.
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comment fcgid, suexec, and userdir
@Graham Dumpleton: I see, it's good to know. I guess the lack for dynamic creation of servers running under a different uid is actually a consequence of that feature (different UID) only working during startup. With many dozens Unix user accounts, I don't want to have that many trac processes around. So something based on userdir and/or suexec would really be useful - it doesn't have to be fcgid.
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comment fcgid, suexec, and userdir
I don' think this can work. IIUC, to make this work, I need to use the user= parameter to WSGIDaemonProcess, which only works when I run Apache under the root account. This I clearly don't want to - it must run under the www-data user. Furthermore, I don't want to modify the Apache configuration every time a new account is created; instead, either some wildcard mechanism could work (as in my example), or a per-user .htaccess file should be be used (which doesn't work for WSGIDaemonProcess). mod_wsgi is incapable of meeting these requirements, as it never execs.
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comment system logging in linux
This question is off-topic for SO.
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