[Cherokee] Cherokee Web Server version in ports tree

Michiel van Es mve at pcintelligence.nl
Fri Mar 12 13:20:15 UTC 2010


I don't know if it is a problem but I also found out that the install 
does not create a cherokee user on freebsd and that cherokee is running 
as root default on freebsd...
Security wise it does not sound as a good idea to let it run as root ;)
(I know I can change it manually but it would be nice that the installer 
installs the cherokee user and set the permissions right and then 
startup as cherokee user).

Kind regards,


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [Cherokee] Cherokee Web Server version in ports tree
From: Alvaro Lopez Ortega <alvaro at octality.com>
To: Diego Schulz <dschulz at gmail.com>
Date: 03/12/2010 01:33 PM

> On 12/03/2010, at 13:30, Diego Schulz wrote:
>>>> Bad news is that the problem persists in 0.99.43.
>>>> Cherokee 0.99.43 doesn't show this problem running on linux (debian).
>>> Could you please log a bug for it?
>>>   http://bugs.cherokee-project.com/new
>> Done, issue #170.
>>> It's kind of weird. I don't think any signal related code changed in the past few months.
>>> Thanks!
>> I was able to reproduce the same problem in Ubuntu 9.10. It looks like
>> something related to graphs/rrdtool.
> Thank you for logging the bug and the follow up. I'll try to figure what's going on.
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