I think I will be uninstalling mod_ruid2 until there is compatibility with
"It is a flaw with mod_security in conjunction with mod_ruid2 and not with
cPanel itself. Some components do not work with other components and,
typically, we end up disabling those components when the other is selected.
For example, we disable FrontPage and mod_mono when mod_ruid2 is selected.
What I foresee happening if it isn't going to be fixed by mod_security is
that we might end up disabling the option to even pick mod_security when
using mod_ruid2 (if people feel this error is sufficient to make it
On , David Waffen wrote:
> Read AcceptMutex and LockFile directives it will give you the outline.
> The method used for managing system calls can't be accessed. Could be
> semaphore or location on disk. How the interaction between mod_ruid2,
> mod_security, and the MPM directives occurs to implement
> locking…..is….well a mystery to me.
> From: Sergio [mailto:secmas@...]
> Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2012 7:11 PM
> To: Mod Security
> Subject: [mod-security-users] cpanel, mod_ruid2 and mod_sec Hi all,
> I am having the following error in mod_sec log:
> Audit log: Failed to lock global mutex: Permission denied
> Do you know what is this error about?
> Cpanel forum saids that it is an incompatibility issue among mod_ruid2
> and mod_sec, have you any idea what is this error about?
> Thanks in advance.
> Best Regards,
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