magwatches.ru





mod_unixd - Apache HTTP Server Version 2.4









Modules | Directives | FAQ | Glossary | Sitemap
Apache HTTP Server Version 2.4



Apache > HTTP Server > Documentation > Version 2.4 > Modules

Apache Module mod_unixd

Available Languages:  en  |
 fr  |
 tr 

Description:Basic (required) security for Unix-family platforms.
Status:Base
ModuleIdentifier:unixd_module
SourceFile:mod_unixd.c

Directives

 ChrootDir
 Group
 Suexec
 User

Bugfix checklisthttpd changelogKnown issuesReport a bugSee also

suEXEC support
Comments


ChrootDir Directive

Description:Directory for apache to run chroot(8) after startup.
Syntax:ChrootDir /path/to/directory
Default:none
Context:server config
Status:Base
Module:mod_unixd
Compatibility:Available in Apache 2.2.10 and later

    This directive tells the server to chroot(8) to the
    specified directory after startup, but before accepting requests
    over the 'net.
    Note that running the server under chroot is not simple,
    and requires additional setup, particularly if you are running
    scripts such as CGI or PHP.  Please make sure you are properly
    familiar with the operation of chroot before attempting to use
    this feature.



Group Directive

Description:Group under which the server will answer
requests
Syntax:Group unix-group
Default:Group #-1
Context:server config
Status:Base
Module:mod_unixd

    The Group directive sets the group under
    which the server will answer requests. In order to use this
    directive, the server must be run initially as root. If
    you start the server as a non-root user, it will fail to change to the
    specified group, and will instead continue to run as the group of the
    original user. Unix-group is one of:

    
      A group name
      Refers to the given group by name.

      # followed by a group number.
      Refers to a group by its number.
    

    ExampleGroup www-group


    It is recommended that you set up a new group specifically for
    running the server. Some admins use user nobody,
    but this is not always possible or desirable.

    Security
      Don't set Group (or User) to root unless
      you know exactly what you are doing, and what the dangers are.
    


See also

VHostGroup
SuexecUserGroup



Suexec Directive

Description:Enable or disable the suEXEC feature
Syntax:Suexec On|Off
Default:On if suexec binary exists with proper owner and mode,
Off otherwise
Context:server config
Status:Base
Module:mod_unixd

    When On, startup will fail if the suexec binary doesn't exist
    or has an invalid owner or file mode.
    When Off, suEXEC will be disabled even if the suexec binary exists
    and has a valid owner and file mode.



User Directive

Description:The userid under which the server will answer
requests
Syntax:User unix-userid
Default:User #-1
Context:server config
Status:Base
Module:mod_unixd

    The User directive sets the user ID as
    which the server will answer requests. In order to use this
    directive, the server must be run initially as root.
    If you start the server as a non-root user, it will fail to change
    to the lesser privileged user, and will instead continue to run as
    that original user. If you do start the server as root,
    then it is normal for the parent process to remain running as root.
    Unix-userid is one of:

    
      A username
      Refers to the given user by name.

      # followed by a user number.
      Refers to a user by its number.
    

    The user should have no privileges that result in it being
    able to access files that are not intended to be visible to the
    outside world, and similarly, the user should not be able to
    execute code that is not meant for HTTP requests. It is
    recommended that you set up a new user and group specifically for
    running the server. Some admins use user nobody, but
    this is not always desirable, since the nobody user
    can have other uses on the system.

    Security
      Don't set User (or Group) to root unless
      you know exactly what you are doing, and what the dangers are.
    


See also

VHostUser
SuexecUserGroup




Available Languages:  en  |
 fr  |
 tr 
CommentsNotice:This is not a Q&A section. Comments placed here should be pointed towards suggestions on improving the documentation or server, and may be removed again by our moderators if they are either implemented or considered invalid/off-topic. Questions on how to manage the Apache HTTP Server should be directed at either our IRC channel, #httpd, on Freenode, or sent to our mailing lists.

Copyright 2017 The Apache Software Foundation.Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
Modules | Directives | FAQ | Glossary | Sitemap
page_1 | page_2 | page_3 | page_4 | page_5 | сальса.рф
Warning: simplexml_load_file(): sites/magwatches.ru.xml:1642: parser error : Extra content at the end of the document in /home/artem/pool/index.php on line 77

Warning: simplexml_load_file(): oot> in /home/artem/pool/index.php on line 77

Warning: simplexml_load_file(): ^ in /home/artem/pool/index.php on line 77

Fatal error: Call to a member function xpath() on a non-object in /home/artem/pool/index.php on line 82