[mod_python] suEXEC and mod_python ( cgihandler )

IQDoctor huanghao.c at gmail.com
Mon Jan 8 04:46:04 EST 2007

You can try with Apache itk MPM(perfork MPM based), it working fine for me.

best regards,

Randall Randall wrote:
> Hi, all.
> I'm writing some CGI in Python, and one of the things I'd like
> to do is make it runnable under either CGI or mod_python.  That
> works fine in general.
> Given that my CGI scripts need to open files for writing, I use
> suEXEC with Apache 1.3 to run the Python scripts as the proper
> user.
> Can someone point me at either a URL (or search terms) for
> making mod_python work with suEXEC, or some alternative method
> for enforcing user/group on scripts run with mod_python's
> cgihandler?
> Thanks in advance!
> -- 
> Randall Randall <randall at randallsquared.com>
> "If you are trying to produce a commercial product in
>  a timely and cost efficient way, it is not good to have
>  somebody's PhD research on your critical path." -- Chip Morningstar
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