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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] suexec + mod_ldap_user + multiple realms
Date Thu, 01 Dec 2005 14:13:23 GMT
On 12/1/05, Adam Hewitt <> wrote:

> As you can see here, Apache finds the correct home directory after
> looking it up from LDAP (/u/0/3/1572830/) and allows the 'filedel.cgi'
> script to be run. It then tries to lookup the details from nscd, but it
> only passes "sword" instead of "", but because we
> have a second user with uid of 'sword' this uid and gid is returned and
> then passed onto suexec ("~869640", "105") for some reason apache2
> isn't passing the realm onto libnss-ldap??
> Can anyone please confirm that I am not doing something stupid, and if
> there really is an issue then I will lodge a bug report.

Well, you can log an "enhancement request", but I wouldn't consider
this a bug.  Apache does not support ldap-based userdir, so you are
using a third-party module to do that.  Apache also does not support
ldap-based suexec.  You would need to modify mod_suexec to make that


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