ivan at sisd.com
Sun Mar 28 21:36:33 PST 1999
Although you do run the web server as the freeside user when using
mod_perl, doing so alone offers no _performance_ improvement.
On Mon, Mar 29, 1999 at 09:12:06PM -0800, christopher norris wrote:
> >> Also it seems to run REAL slow. For example, if I click on New Customer
> >> from the main menu it takes 22 seconds for the page to come up. During
> >> that time top shows perl5 running at over 90% of cpu time for about half
> >> the time as user nobody then as user freeside. Is this a suid perl
> >> Would I be better off running suExec from Apache?
> You might consider running the webserver as user freeside , hence no su
> problems, and since it should
> be locked down by various options I don't consider it much of a security
> risk "I could be wrong =)".
Ivan Kohler <ivan at sisd.com> - finger for PGP key - <moc.dsis at navi> Relhok Navi
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