Is CageFS pointless with cPanel 11.38?
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Hello, i've reader here:

Filesystem level solutions (best choices):

mod_ruid + jailshell [RECOMMENDED]cPanel & WHM 11.38 Release Notes
Upside: Very easy to enable, just recompile apache + enable in tweak settings and you are done.
Downside: Requires cPanel 11.38 (RELEASE soon), doesn't scale well on CentOS5/RHEL5 (ok if < 256 users), requires mod_ruid2, marked EXPERIMENTAL

cagefs [RECOMMENDED]: CloudLinux Documentation
Upside: Available on all cPanel supported platforms today, already included with CloudLinux
Downside: Nominal fee (requires CloudLinux), requires cagefsctl --update when changes are made
So mod_ruid + jailshell (in 11.38) and cagefs are the same things? 

Thank you
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  1. 01.06.2013 05:06:18
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
Posts: 1194
Joined: 09.02.2010
Not even close. mod_ruid2 is a security nightmare waiting to happen -- with or without jailshell.
Also, as it will be running mod_php -- it will have all the problems associated with mod_php.
It is easy to enable, but it sucks... - from both security & stability perspective.
  1. 13.06.2013 04:06:05
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Hostking Accepted Answer
Posts: 38
Joined: 07.11.2012
I agree, stick with suphp or fcgi and never change or think of anything else. Also CageFS is great. I\'ll never change :)
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