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From Markus Mayer <mymailli...@gmx.at>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Fwd:
Date Wed, 13 Jul 2005 17:06:07 GMT
Doing a chown should make no difference when the permissions have read for 
everyone set, although there may be something in sles I don't know about.

Most probably your apache is running as another user, maybe nobody or apache 
or something like that.  Check the httpd.conf file to find out.  You could 
try setting the ownership to those if you want, although the usefullness of 
that is questionable.  

In the end it's difficult to se where the problem really was without knowing 
more - file listings, apache config, etc. and even then the problem might not 
be visible.

Markus


On Wednesday 13 July 2005 18:05, None Blank wrote:
> Seems to wokr now I cp the file with a different name
> the only thig i can think of is this file was made by
> user Mark then it got a "chown root:root" then copied
> where as this new file was just copied as root period.
>  Any ideas as to why this happened and how I can
> protect it from happening again would be welcome.
> Also for those who are mirroring the site im on cable
> there is little there just something for me to learn
> with mainly  .  You are killing my bandwidth and I
> doubt You will hurt the server I dont think the pipe
> is big enough.  So please stop I promise there is no
> real porn on it If i decide to post some Ill let you
> know.

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