In my (limited) experience, the watchdog process is determined by the
value of "watchdog-port" configured for the server. If you don't
configure a port explicitly, all servers will use the same default
value, and hence the same watchdog process.
I was also surprised that this works "across users". Apparently, any
user can connect to any watchdog, and the server runs (by default) as
the user running the watchdog process.
On Thu, 22 Nov 2007 11:56:19 -0800, "Chris Chen"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
> I have a quick question. This may possibly be directed to Scott.
> How does resin determine what resin server instances run under the
> same watchdog process? This relates to a bug issue that I just posted
> in bug track.
> Does resin use the server root, the monitored ports, the resin.conf,
> and others to determine this or does it simply allow anyone to write a
> "matching" (even if it's a hacking attempt) resin.conf to run under
> the same watchdog process. I would like to know how resin does this
> as I described the security concern in more detail on bug track:
> Thanks, Chris
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