[mod_python] Managing multiple users with mod-python

Michael S. Fischer michael at dynamine.net
Wed Dec 10 09:46:36 EST 2003

No.  If you want each user to have his own instance of Apache, have each 
one run his own copy, each of which is bound to a personal port.


Marco Catellani wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm experienced with Python and I'm learning to configure and use Mod Python (rel 3.03) and Apache (rel 2).
> I'm setting up on my server a test environment, and I would like to manage multiple users, everyone of them using a different python interpreter.
> Every programmer in my test environment should work with its own user and the python programs launched by him should run under his user and should not interfere with other user's processes.
> Apache supports only one user for all child processes, so I'm not able to launch multiple interpreters with different users. Does Mod Python offers any feature to satisfy my need?
> Thanks a lot
>      Marco
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