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From "Robert Webb" <rw...@ropeguru.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.4, NFS-mounted content, strict permissions & htaccess
Date Thu, 20 Aug 2015 12:32:15 GMT
Sander,

What options do you have set for the NFS mounts? Could it have something to 
do with a atime/noatime setup? I have not done NFS in a while so I am just 
throwing this out there.

Robert

On Thu, 20 Aug 2015 13:21:56 +0200
  Sander Smeenk <ssmeenk@freshdot.net> wrote:
> Quoting Kurtis Rader (krader@skepticism.us):
> 
>> > Apache 2.4/mpm-itk fails to serve sites from this NFS setup. When 
>>i move
>> > the site to local storage with exact same permissions it works 
>>fine.
>> > Also, if i set +x bits on all parent directores on the NFS setup, 
>>it
>> > works.
>> 
>> When you tested with local storage did you also ensure the parent
>> directories did not have the "x" (execute/search) bit set?
> 
> Yeah, i made very sure the local storage had the same permissions.
> 
> See the paste i posted, esp. the https://8n1.org/10735/b28a part:
> 
> "[ .. ] I've traced the error to a call to ap_run_open_htaccess 
>inside
> apache itself. getuid() returns 33 (www-data) right before this 
>call, on
> the local filesystem this call returns APR_ENOTDIR and on the remote
> filesystem it returns APR_EACCES."
> 
> 
>> In UNIX like operating systems the "x" permission on a directory 
>>means
>> [..]
> 
> Thanks, but trust me, i know. ;-)
> 
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