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Discussion in 'Ruby/Rails' started by nathanc, Jul 20, 2007.
Should litespeed be rans as root in a shared rails env?
No, running as root should be avoid whenever possible, too risky. One security flaw will comprise the whole server.
I agree, however I keep getting this warning
[config:vhost:mysite.private] Uid of /mnt/on/my/share/www.mysite.private/web/rails/public/ is smaller than minimum requirement 11, use server uid!
I cant use server uid like it recommends cause I need it to run the rails app as the docroot owner.
Any recommendations on resolving this warning?
You could make sure the user id of the docroot owner is higher than 11. Never let root user own the docroot directory.