ngx_os_specific_status on Linux and access permission to /proc/sys
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Fri Jan 4 18:31:38 MSK 2008
On Fri, Jan 04, 2008 at 04:01:01PM +0100, Manlio Perillo wrote:
> I'm testing mod_wsgi on an Italian hosting company and they reported me
> that the Linux kernel they use does not allow the access to /proc/sys.
> Now, as far as I can see the information from /proc/sys is used for
> information only (printed in the log file), so I think that nginx should
> not abort if reading from /proc/sys is not allowed.
> Better if the NGX_HAVE_OS_SPECIFIC_INIT is checked in autoconfigure
> phase, but nginx can just print:
> OS: unknow (or just Linux?)
> in the log.
> Not sure if somebody else have this limitation on /proc/sys
It was changed in 0.6.16:
Changes with nginx 0.6.16 29 Oct 2007
*) Change: now the uname(2) is used on Linux instead of procfs.
Thanks to Ilya Novikov.
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