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WHM screwing up permissions

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xion, Nov 26, 2004.

  1. xion

    xion Active Member

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    Any new account created through WHM is getting the file ownership set to the reseller account username, not the account username. Any ideas? I really don't feel like chown'ing every single new account.
     
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    /scripts/chownpublichtmls
     
  3. xion

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    Thanks but that doesn't fix it. The problem is not public html's. It is that WHM is not setting the permissions on any of the default files and directory structure when I create an account. And when I go to chown the account through SSH, I get this:

    root@server [/home]# chown account:account account -R
    chown: changing ownership of `account': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `account/mail': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `account/public_ftp': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `account/public_ftp/incoming': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `account/public_html': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `account/public_html/cgi-bin': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `account/.contactemail': Disk quota exceeded
    chown: changing ownership of `account/www': Disk quota exceeded

    But that can't be true because the disk quota is not exceeded. And there is still plenty of disk space left on the server.

    And when I run /fixquotas, i get this garble:

    Installing Default Quota Databases......Done
    Quotas are now on
    Updating Quota Files......
    quotacheck: Cannot get quotafile name for /dev/vzfs
    quotacheck: Cannot get quotafile name for /dev/vzfs


    quotacheck: Cannot get quotafile name for /dev/vzfs
    quotacheck: Cannot get quotafile name for /dev/vzfs

    ....Done
     
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    What is file /dev/vzfs


    have you been exploited ??
     
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    I know this probably won't help, but have u ran scripts/fixeverything ?
     
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