[peruser] php.ini files per user
stefan.klingner at mephisto23.com
Thu Aug 20 13:28:37 MDT 2009
it would be great if you could do so, all other solutions mentioned in
this thread does not work with peruser dc3 and chroot env. :(
cal at foxwhisper.co.uk schrieb:
> Would someone like me to take a look at this ??
> Original Message:
> From: Stefan Klingner stefan.klingner at mephisto23.com
> Date: Thu, 20 Aug 2009 05:34:33 +0000
> To: peruser at telana.com
> Subject: Re: [peruser] php.ini files per user
> The "SetEnv PHPRC /path/to/php_ini" solution only set the environment, but
> does not change the used php.ini file. See phpinfo(); for more details :(
> I think this is have to be a buildin feature of peruser... Please keep me
> up to date if a patch or another solution will be available.
> On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 05:21:20 +0000, Stefan Klingner
> <stefan.klingner at mephisto23.com> wrote:
>> thanks tfor your answers. please try to get it running, because then
>> persuser will have all the features, other solutions have too.
>> i will try the "SetEnv PHPRC /path/to/php_ini" solution. possibly this is
>> the most simple way out of this problem.
>> On Wed, 19 Aug 2009 19:16:03 -0400, "cal at foxwhisper.co.uk"
>> <cal at foxwhisper.co.uk> wrote:
>>> Actually this might not be too difficult.. We could make mpm-peruser
>>> ini_set()'s at the mod_php in an attempt to bork a config.. if no one
>>> gets a chance to do this - ill certainly take a look :)
>>> Original Message:
>>> From: Sean Gabriel Heacock gabriel at telana.com
>>> Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 14:21:37 -0600
>>> To: peruser at telana.com
>>> Subject: Re: [peruser] php.ini files per user
>>> Stefan Klingner wrote:
>>>> have anyone a solution for php.ini files per use? that would be great.
>>>> with fastcgi this the config line is something like PHPRC. if peruser
>>>> start an instance of apache, it can should also be able to start the
>>>> instance with a special config file.
>>> It would probably require patching PHP to make it initialize later than
>>> it normally does... if it would work at all. I'm currently rebuilding
>>> my system, so maybe I'll give it a shot. It would certainly be useful.
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