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From KEVIN ZEMBOWER <KZEMB...@jhuccp.org>
Subject [users@httpd] What controls permissions on log files?
Date Tue, 02 Aug 2005 13:25:37 GMT
I just noticed a difference when I upgraded from the apache in Debian
woody to sarge. I use a simple script to move the Apache log files to a
new name and then gracefully restart the server. The newly created files
used to be created with permissions -rw-r--r--. Now, they're created
-rw-r-----. I'd like to go back to -rw-r--r--, but can't find where the
default permissions are set for newly created log file. The permissions
for the log file directory are drwxr-xr-x. There's no .profile for the
Apache user, and the /etc/profile contains 'umask 002'.

I couldn't find any answers to this one the Apache documentation site,
or in the archives of this list. Please forgive me if I overlooked
something and point it out to me.

Can anyone tell me how to set Apache so that newly created log files
are '-rw-r--r--'? Thanks for your help and advice.

-Kevin


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E. Kevin Zembower
Internet Systems Group manager
Johns Hopkins University
Bloomberg School of Public Health
Center for Communications Programs
111 Market Place, Suite 310
Baltimore, MD  21202
410-659-6139

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