Jeff R wrote:
Apache can start a new process with any uid/gid only through a wrapper program, and a proxy too in the case of the worker mpm. Which is not all that different from what aolserver would need to do if someone wanted that functionality. suexec is AFAIU a stand-alone wrapper and could be reused without change; nsproxy takes care of the lightweight forking part.
Wouldn't TclX's 'id' command provide this assuming you set up permissions right for the start process?
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