Individual Domains for Particular PHP Scripts.

Tobias maillist at
Fri Jun 24 14:24:11 UTC 2005

Hi Stephen, hi ML,

> On Fri, 2005-06-24 at 03:05 +0200, Tobias wrote:
> > I've a bit experience with domain_auto_trans related by executable
> binaries 
> > (flow: user_t->execute binary->newtype_t->other_rights_than_user_t)
> > and i hoped apache and php-scripts are similar 
> > (flow: httpd_t->execute script->httpd_new_t->other_rights_than_httpd_t).
> >  
> > See my previous email (reply to Daniel Walsh), please.
> Depends on whether apache forks and execs the interpreter in a separate
> process, or just directly executes an interpreter in its own process
> (via mod_php).  My impression was that php is typically run in-process
> by apache, thus you couldn't change domains for it without introducing
> some kind of mod_dyntras module that performs a dynamic domain
> transition in the apache process.

I see. This means that my goal is only possible,
when use php as cgi modules, or?

Thanks for the clarification! Now, i know my way.

Maybe can Colin write examples in his update for
"Understanding and Customizing the Apache HTTP SELinux Policy" ;)


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