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File permissions being reset to 644

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cemper, Feb 27, 2007.

  1. cemper

    cemper Member

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    Sorry if this is dupe, but I was searching for this problem for 1 hour now as I even had it before but I couldn't find a cure somewhere..-

    Problem is that files in accounts are all RESET to 644,
    even if I manually (as root) set them to 666 for writing thru a script
    (i.e. a logfile)

    there are only very FEW of these files on the server,
    however I am looking for the switch or script to STOP this
    permission cleaning/resetting as the whole server is managed and operated within my company only anyway

    Please advise!

    thanks
    christoph

    PS: and I DID fix this 2 yrs ago on another server, I just can't remember how

    PPS: running WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.9.0-R139
    RedHat Enterprise 4 i686 - WHM X v3.1.0
     
  2. cemper

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    can anyone help me in fixing this hassle? still got it
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Are you referring to files within the user accounts or system files? If the latter, which ones in particular? If the former, are you referring to files within a user public_html directory? IF so, do the accounts have FP extensions enabled?
     
  4. cemper

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    Hi,

    yes, it's some files within a user public_html directory

    No frontpage extensions installed (at least not anymore...I often forget to uncheck them)

    thanks,christoph
     
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