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From None Blank <freebsdgu...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Fwd:
Date Wed, 13 Jul 2005 21:47:28 GMT
I understand Ill do some looking into it I can say
that apache is running as user apache and ill make all
the docs owner apche see if that helps seems to be if
i make the file from root then i dont have the problem
but if i chown it then its a problem ??? who knows but
thanks for the help.

--- Markus Mayer <mymaillists@gmx.at> wrote:

> 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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