Debian Jessie, Nginx, PHP, UWSGI quick start
rainer at ultra-secure.de
Sun Jan 3 02:00:58 UTC 2016
> Am 02.01.2016 um 08:37 schrieb Thomas Glanzmann <thomas at glanzmann.de>:
> I had to host a potential unsecure PHP web application. So I though about
> writing a small c programm which creates a network, filesystem, pid,
> uts, and ipc namespace and run php-fpm inside it.
Excuse me if I’m blunt, but: can’t you just use php-fpm’s chroot feature?
What’s the advantage of using uwsgi for php, apart from some tricks you really cannot do with php-fpm (running multiple PHPs at the same time).
I’ve chrooted all my php-fpm instances (under FreeBSD) and it works very well.
Of course, you can’t talk to any socket directly anymore. But that’s a minor issue IMO.
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