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Mounted Gluster volume keeps reverting to “root” permissions

Ive got GlusterFS running on an AWS server and its mounted to another AWS server. The folder that is mounted though keeps reverting to "root" ownership, when this happens uploads fail from the web ...
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Reset Permissions and Ownership Script

On a development server (Ubuntu 14.04) we have this shell script running every minute on cron: for dir in /home/*; do username=$(basename $dir) echo "changing ownership to $username in ...
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Change permission for home directory on debian [duplicate]

My Debian machine is running DirectAdmin and we have build our own CMS. By now, when we create a new website a new folder and user will created down the /home/ directory. As an developer to setup ...
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Maintain setgid bit (after bower install or gulp build)

We run web servers where we have the following situation: The www-data user runs the web server and must have read+write access to the files The deploy user deploys all the code The bob and alice ...
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1answer
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Linux permissions in /var/www: What settings can I use for good security practice and still maintain accessibility?

I'm primarily trying to set permissions inside of /var/www . We are using a project format which has the following structure in common for each project: /var /www /runtime /shared /project.com ...
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2answers
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ls permission denied even with execute permissions

I chowned recusively /srv/site to www-data:www-data and chmodded it recursively with ug+rwx. I then added myself to group www-data. $ sudo usermod -a -G www-data cyrus $ sudo chgrp -R www-data ...
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What are the proper chown settings for images? [duplicate]

I am testing a piece of software that is working except for some SVG images that are not showing. When I preview them using Firebug in Firefox, it says "Failed to load the given URL," however, when I ...
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3answers
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Permission denied with chmod 750 even if a user is just added to a group

I have a weird bug, I have: a user A a group B another group C I create a folder and then chown it A:B and chmod it 750. After usermod -aG A C, C should have the right to go to the newly created ...
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Recovering from a system-wide chown?

I have a Linux web server with multiple sites being hosted with CPanel. I was having trouble accessing a site, so I ran this command: chown -R root:root /home/evalreal/. While waiting for the command ...
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CentOs, Folder Permissions

I would like to give an FTP user permission to write in a folder but should not be able to alter other files in the folder or sub folder in the main folder. I have a root account, we are using the ...
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2answers
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Using chown to change the group owner of a directory is not permitted…Why?

I am trying to execute chown on a directory that has the following permissions and owners: drwxrwxr-x 2 justin devs 4096 Jan 1 20:42 test I am trying to simply execute the following as the justin ...
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3answers
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Basic clarification about Limited FTP/sFTP users

I would like to get some clarification about the correct way to create limited users to access to my VPS user as WEBSERVER with Nginix. I'm used to NOT install FTP and access via SFTP only. It is ok ...
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chown: changing ownership of `.': Invalid argument

I'm trying to install some new files on our new server while our sysadmin is in holidays: Here is my df # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sdb3 273G ...
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1answer
194 views

How to revert mass ownership change? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: revert chmod 777 / -R I accidentally executed the chown someuser * -R while I was at / on my server. I thought maybe by issuing chown root * -R would somehow fix it. But ...
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1answer
210 views

Automatically change UID of file

Due to development policies, all my relevant server files have g+w policies. This is working great, but, for added accountability, I'd like the files to change owner UID upon being edited by other ...
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Permissions nightmare - tried all I know

Working on a new client's dev site, which is a wordpress install on a Plesk box. I have SSH root access, and FTP access through a separate account. What I've done so far Initially I couldn't make ...
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How to make a folder accessible to users of a certain group on linux

I tried to make a the /opt/apps folder accessible to all users of the 'www' group. The main user of the group would be the 'jboss' user, so I runned: sudo chown -R jboss:www /opt/apps Both the ...
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2answers
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Undoing change of ownership to var directory

I accidently ran sudo chown -R user:user *.* (on Ubuntu 11.1) inside /var directory.. Even after running sudo chown -R root:root *.* (and rebooting) I keep getting GUI messages that some operations ...
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votes
2answers
273 views

Determing the Execution Environment of Apache

I am having this error: [Mon Dec 05 10:22:23 2011] [warn] mod_rewrite: Running external rewrite maps without defining a RewriteLock is DANGEROUS! [Mon Dec 05 10:22:23 2011] [error] (13)Permission ...
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3answers
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Cross-group file permissions in Linux

I have 2 users: Alice and Bob and 2 groups: Management and Personnel. Alice has primary group Management, and secondary groups Personnel and Alice. Bob has primary group Personnel and secondary group ...
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5answers
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is it safe to chmod 775/664 with owner www-data:www-data?

To make working with my webserver easiest I am proposing doing something like the following: sudo chown www-data:www-data /var/www -R cd /var/www sudo find . -type f -exec chmod 664 {} \; sudo find . ...
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1answer
252 views

Setup Directory Permissions For Multiple Users To Read/Write

I am trying to figure out how to setup the permissions on a directory (/apps) so both the root user, and another user justin can read, and write into the directory. The user justin is part of the ...
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1answer
358 views

mysql.sock issue, chown mess and file permissions in LAMPP

I've made a mess on my server. I'm using LAMPP and I've created a new user apache:apache and assigned him to take care of the Apache. phpMyAdmin did not work due to that change so I had to chown the ...
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0answers
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Lighttpd 403 Errors on HTML and PHP pages

I installed lighttpd on CentOS 5.5 64-bit. Everything seems fine and running except I cannot get past 403 errors on both HTML and PHP pages. I have used CHMOD and CHOWN, changed ownership in the ...
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2answers
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Unix Group Permissions

I have created a directory and chown to have permissions master:webmaster and chmod the folder to 775 hence group writeable. So why is it i bert as a member of webmaster cant mv the directory or ...
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chown on a mounted NFS partition gives “Operation not permitted”

I have a remote partition that i have mounted locally using NFS. 'mount' gives 192.168.3.1:/mnt/storage-pools/ on /pools type nfs (rw,addr=192.168.3.1) On the server i have in exports: ...
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1answer
364 views

How to use set-user-ID bit on directories?

I want all files in directory /home/alex/foo to be owned by alex, no matter who creates them. I'm trying this technique, but it doesn't work (on CentOS 5, under root): $ cd /home/alex $ mkdir foo $ ...
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2answers
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root directory permissions changed to 777 by mistake whats now?

By Mistake on Ubuntu 9.04 my colleague has changed the permissions to 777 on root directory (/) whats the best way to recover the permissions ?
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2answers
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How can I reset the permissions of /bin /boot /etc and /dev to orignal owner, Ubuntu?

I accidentally changed the ownership of the /bin, /boot, /etc and /dev recursively to nobody:nogroup using chown when I misplaced a forward slash! How can I resort the original file ownerships? I've ...
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Joe's sad PHP permission problem (LAMP) [closed]

As many PHP servers as are out there you would think that there would more guides on this topic. Joe begins as the happy owner of a new ubuntu PC. Joe likes Ubuntu in his coffee. Joe wants to build ...
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1answer
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CentOS 5.4 NFS v4 client file permissions differ from original files & NFS Share file contents

Having a strange problem with NFS share and file permissions on the 1 out of the 2 NFS clients, web1 has file permissions issues but web2 is fine. web1 and web2 are load balanced web servers. So ...