I'm working a website we maintain, and I use Capistrano to deploy. I've kind of inherited the stuff, so I'm not the one who set everything up.
When I deploy to the server, it fails and nothing is updated. Since file permissions usually are the culprit of it failing, in my experience, I checked them for the folder I'm deploying to, and I saw something I haven't seen before:
I don't know what that ending plus sign is or what it does; I assumed it was CentOS' way of denoting sticky bit, but when I ran
sudo chmod -t shared, it was still there, so I guess it must not be the sticky bit.
Can someone who knows more about Linux tell me what the ending "+" is in that list of permissions?