Thanks for the explanation. It seems that I should have not check that check box when
The reason is that I want to make Apache faster by using Squid together with shm... I
setup a TWiki using Apache with mod_perl, but I still feel that the speed is not so
ideal. So I want to mount shm to tmp, so that not only the perl scripts (TWiki) can run
faster, PHP scripts (which may use /tmp) can also run faster... I tried to mount shm to
/var/spool/squid, but it won't work either, it gives following error instead:
Feb 25 00:52:32 eden squid: Failed to make swap directory /var/spool/squid: (17) File
but in fact, no file is in the mounted dir or the real dir...
--- Paul Howarth <paul(a)city-fan.org> wrote:
This is a feature, not a bug ;-)
SELinux imposes additional restrictions on what the squid server can do,
so that if it is compromised, it is difficult for the attacker to do
anything useful with it, like write a rootkit to /tmp. This is all on
top of the existing unix permissions.
Try approaching the problem a different way. What is the underlying
reason why you want the squid cache to be in /tmp instead of
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