I'd like to disable certain functions for a particular virtual host, and
leave them as is for all the rest.
The usual way to do this would be to include something like:
php_admin_value disable_functions system,exec
in the virtual host's configuration block. However, this doesn't work, and
scripts are still able to use the disabled functions.
phpinfo() shows "system,exec" under "local value" for disable_functions,
which would seem to indicate that the configuration is correct, even
though it doesn't work.
I made a little experiment and added those functions to php.ini's
disable_function directive, and in this case it works perfectly, and the
specified functions are disabled.
I'm wondering if I'm missing something here, or is this a known problem
with PHP? This is PHP 4.0.6 running on OpenBSD 2.9 with Apache 1.3.19.
I guess I can live without disabling those functions on one particular
virtualhost, but I'd sleep better knowing they are disabled.
Thanks in advance!
- Daniel Manrique
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