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I have installed a software that can create multiple daemons that users can use for script caching. But, I`m looking for a way to restrict user access for it`s own daemon. So, basically, x user won`t be able to access y user`s daemon. Also, I would need a way to be able to restrict a user to use multiple daemons. Is this possible ? I saw that grsec patched kernel has this ability and several other security enhancements, but I read some topics about it, and some said it really lacks performance. Is there any other viable solutions ?
PS. I`m using CentOS, so would appreciat some solution that works on it.
How can one chown a process ? The soft can create multiple streams, a sort of local http server ( but on different ports ) that users can access. So I can`t just chown the file. Waiting for reply. Thanks