[peruser] Some more questions about the peruser configuration

Janno Sannik janno at kood.ee
Mon Apr 20 05:06:36 MDT 2009


Password 'peruser' doesn't seem to open any doors....

On 20.04.2009 13:54, Stefan Klingner wrote:
> thanks for your answer! :) hopefully the other questions will also find an
> answer. if anyone is interested in my current documentation about this
> stuff, you can read the stuff under
> http://mephisto23.com/2009/04/20/apache2-mpm-peruser-php5-howto-harmonize-performance-and-security-on-a-shared-hosting-server/
> currently it is protected, because it is still alpha state. The password is
> simply 'peruser'. You can leave a comment if you have some hints or
> criticism. thanks a million for the help!
>
> On Mon, 20 Apr 2009 13:40:40 +0300, Janno Sannik<janno at kood.ee>  wrote:
>    
>> Keepalive is supported and works. Use it.
>>
>>
>>
>> On 2.04.2009 15:27, Stefan Klingner wrote:
>>      
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> one more time I have some questions about peruser with dc2 patch.
>>>
>>> Is KeepAlive supportet correctly now, or should KeepAlive=off used
>>> instead?
>>> Of course I would prefer KeepAlive=On with a KeepAliveTimeout=1!?
>>>
>>> How can I determine usefull values for the MinMultiplexers and
>>> MaxMultiplexers values which are limiting the multiplexer pool?
>>>
>>> How can I calculate MaxClients. What do you think about the following
>>> algorithm?
>>>
>>> MaxClients ~ (RAM - size_all_other_processes)/(size_apache_process)
>>>
>>> metis:~# free -m
>>>                total       used       free     shared    buffers
>>>                cached
>>> Mem:           373        328         44          0        163
>>>        
> 66
>    
>>> -/+ buffers/cache:         98        274
>>> Swap:          400          0        399
>>>
>>> So MaxClients ~ 274/12 ~ 22...
>>>
>>> Why I have to set Chroot to / like here
>>>
>>> <Processor test>
>>>    User test
>>>    Group www
>>>    Chroot /
>>> </Processor>
>>>
>>> to get it up? Is the defined DocumentRoot of the VirtualHost used as
>>>        
> base
>    
>>> dir? What ever... with this configuration chroot does not work like it
>>> should in my opinion. I should not be able to see system configurations
>>> in
>>> an chrooted environment with simple php tools like eXtplorer.
>>>
>>> Thanks for your help!
>>>
>>>
>>>        
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