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From Fabio Corazza <fa...@newbay.com>
Subject [users@httpd] suEXEC verbosity
Date Tue, 03 Oct 2006 11:58:26 GMT
Hi everyone,
 we are using a CGI under Apache that is spawned under a different user
through mod_suexec.

Everything is fine except the verbosity of the suEXEC mechanism, which
writes a notice for every request that is passed to the CGI:

[2006-10-03 11:52:11]: uid: (501/tmctaux) gid: (501/501) cmd:
imagescaler.cgi
[2006-10-03 11:52:11]: notice: AP_SUEXEC_UMASK of 002 allows write
permission to group and/or other
[2006-10-03 11:52:11]: uid: (501/tmctaux) gid: (501/501) cmd:
imagescaler.cgi
[2006-10-03 11:52:11]: notice: AP_SUEXEC_UMASK of 002 allows write
permission to group and/or other

I'd like to get rid of those notices since in production this logfile
will become HUGE (we receive a LOT of requests to that CGI).

I couldn't find any directive that can adjust the verbosity of the
suexec_log file, so if you have a solution for this issue or either a
workaround I would greatly appreciate your help.




Regards,

-- 
Fabio Corazza - Engineering
NewBay Software, Ltd.
Wilson House, Fenian Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Phone: +353 1 634 5490 - e-mail: fabio@newbay.com

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