mod_ruid и 11.38
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Does this:
http://releases.cpanel.net/releases/11-38/jail-system-update/

"Users of mod_ruid2 can now enable “Jailed apache”  support which will chroot() each virtual host into their virtfs."
Makes us a little safer now ? I still remember Igor saying it was the best bad idea ever. Anyway. (to use mod_ruid)

So we can run it more "safe" or not now ?
Because I was re-considering trying ruid with DSO.

Accelerators like APC / Xcache / Eaccelerator can run in such environment by the way (mod_ruid with dso)
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  1. 18.05.2013 10:05:37
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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This doesn\'t change the issue that once there is exploit in PHP or one of PHP extensions -- all sites on the server can be defaced, information from databases stolen, etc..
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