[mod_python] suEXEC and mod_python ( cgihandler )

Randall Randall randall at randallsquared.com
Mon Jan 8 11:52:47 EST 2007

On Jan 8, 2007, at 4:59 AM, Graham Dumpleton wrote:

> On 08/01/2007, at 8:46 PM, IQDoctor wrote:
>> You can try with Apache itk MPM(perfork MPM based), it working  
>> fine for me.
> To clarify what is being talked about here, this is not a standard MPM
> for Apache, ie., doesn't come with Apache. The site for it AFAIK is:
>   http://home.samfundet.no/~sesse/mpm-itk/
> Also, the level of control over the user is only down to the  
> virtual host
> and not arbitrary scripts within a virtual host.

Okay, thanks to both of you!

I note, though, that this MPM is for Apache 2.0, and due to other
dependencies I'm stuck with 1.3 for now.  Perhaps it will be useful
for someone who does use Apache 2.0, however; I wasn't able to find
even this much searching the archives. :)

Randall Randall <randall at randallsquared.com>
"Borders are so arbitrary. If they are a good thing, wouldn't it make  
to add a few within current nations? If that is bad, why not remove a  
between nations? And if that is bad too, how come all nations have the
perfect size?" - Anders Sandberg

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