On Wed, 2 Aug 2006, Glenn Brunette wrote:


The "ZONE" privilege is shorthand for all zone privileges (which is
a subset of "ALL" privileges found in the global zone).  Are you
talking about Apache or Apache 2?  If Apache 2, check out:


By default, Apache2 wants to create/write files in directories that
are owned by root which would lead to the need for all zone privileges.
The BluePrint mentioned above discusses the 2 (I believe) changes that
are needed to allow you to run Apache 2 as a non-root user in a zone.

You can also use the "RewriteLock" directive to change the default location of the lockfile. Just add something like the following to your httpd.conf:

RewriteLock /var/run/apache/rewrite.lock

- Ryan
UNIX Administrator

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