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comment How do I run TomEE as a service on RHEL6?
@user3070377 I've added steps to my answer. Please share the errors you are encountering running this. I may have a typo.
Jul
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revised How do I run TomEE as a service on RHEL6?
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Jul
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comment How do I run TomEE as a service on RHEL6?
Your question should be titled "How do I run TomEE as a service on RHEL6?" and you should repeat that question at the end of your question body to make your need clear. I have answered assuming that is your question.
Jul
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answered How do I run TomEE as a service on RHEL6?
Jun
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comment What users should have access to sudo? (node, php, ftp…)
nvm is not a traditional package install. Each individual user (probably only the upgrader user) that runs npm should install it separately. The folders should belong to the user that writes to them. The group on the folders should include www-data if nginx needs to read the folder.
Jun
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comment What users should have access to sudo? (node, php, ftp…)
With regards to the post-commit-hook or Webhook handling. That's an interesting one. You could run the update service on a different port, or run it behind nginx and use either a vhost or URL path to distinguish it from the running app. The updater might run on loopback on port 8080 and nginx would have it as a proxy backend at 127.0.0.1:8080. That way you get the on-box separation without requiring a super-powered www-data user.
Jun
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comment What users should have access to sudo? (node, php, ftp…)
When you when npm install without sudo it should install modules to your user directory or to the current npm project folder you are in. You might want to consider using nvm to avoid the root-privileges requirement. github.com/creationix/nvm
Jun
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comment What users should have access to sudo? (node, php, ftp…)
This is almost like asking for a CIS benchmark for your specific stack. It's a very ambitious question. I hope my answer addresses your key concerns.
Jun
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answered What users should have access to sudo? (node, php, ftp…)
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answered AWS Firewall Configuration Review
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comment Why do I start at privilege level 1 when logging into a Cisco ASA 5510?
This was added in ASA Version 9.1(5) which was released in March 2014. It certainly works now, but wouldn't have then. Thank you for sharing this.
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