On Thursday, October 4, 2018 5:29:20 PM CEST Michael Ströder wrote:
On 10/4/18 5:11 PM, Alberto Planas Dominguez wrote:
I typically have several long-running services and CLI
under separate service user accounts but using a similar set of modules.
So I'd expect your approach to cost more disk space.
I think that this is indeed the case for this scenario: running the same code
under different users will recreate the pyc under each user id.
Also I think that this can be resolved, using some better way to generate the
first pyc in the local cache.
Also for security reasons I'd not want a tool to
write code somewhere.
It's bad practice to let a service account write code somewhere. It
would seriously trigger my paranoia if someone adds rules to AppArmor
profiles allowing that.
Another good point.
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