Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> Does running the tests as a non-root user fix it? If so, I think we have
> a few options in git:
> 1. Add a User directive to our httpd.conf. I doubt this is a good
> idea to do unconditionally, as a non-root apache would probably be
> unhappy with it.
> 2. Add a User directive when we detect that the tests are running as
> root. This might work, but I'm a bit iffy, as we do not know the
> appropriate username for the system (e.g., "nobody" versus
> "www-data" versus something else).
> 3. Just disable the http tests when run as root.
> I think I'd favor 3. But I'd like to be sure that being root is the
I agree with both the conclusion and the precondition.
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