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From: Joel Wiramu Pauling (joelaenertia.net)
Date: Sun Aug 22 2010 - 19:31:48 CDT
lightty does however. So you may want to look into it over apache.
On 23/08/2010, Benny LC6fgren <bl-listslofgren.biz> wrote:
> Chris Cappuccio wrote:
>> Benny L??fgren [bl-listslofgren.biz] wrote:
>>> (I've long wished for a privsep apache with separate chroot():s for
>>> every virtual domain... one of these days I'm gonna have to look
>>> into it, but I suppose it's not trivial to implement or someone
>>> would have done it by now. :-) )
>> I think people do this today by just running multiple daemons, one
> > under each uid, binding each one to a different IP (or to a different
> > port and using a reverse proxy on port 80)
>> Of course it would be convenient if the system could multiplex it for
> > you with one master daemon
> Yes, that's how I currently do things too, but it's an inconvenient
> solution to the problem, mainly because Apache doesn't lend itself well
> to be run in multiple instances on the same server (and the hassle of
> needing a reverse proxy introduces another level of complexity).
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