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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35994] - How are log file permissions controlled?
Date Wed, 03 Aug 2005 14:59:18 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From kzembowe@jhuccp.org  2005-08-03 16:59 -------
André, thank you for your comment. However, I don't see how the apachectl 
script could be used. apachectl is used in Debian, and I use it extensively 
myself. However, there are no checks for log files in apachectl, and no control 
over their permissions. The 'httpd' server is just started, and something in 
httpd checks to see if the log file is present and if not, creates it with the 
given permissions. This is what I'm trying to change.

Thanks again for your suggestion.

-Kevin


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