"SLC5X: Letter M: mod_ruid2
mod_ruid2 - Run all httpd process under user's access right.
With this module, all httpd process run under user's access right, not nobody or apache.
mod_ruid2 is similar to mod_suid2, but has better performance than mod_suid2 because it
doesn`t need to kill httpd children after one request. It makes use of kernel capabilites
and after receiving a new request suids again. If you want to run apache modules, i.e.
WebDAV, PHP, and so on under user's right, this module is useful.
by Kees Monshouwer (2011-01-04):
- Update to 0.9.3
- Fixed: chroot issue with sub-requests caused by mod_rewrite