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Re: can't open file node.0.0 Permission denied

From: Konrad Rosenbaum <konrad_at_silmor.de>
Date: 2006-08-11 07:25:11 CEST

On Tuesday 08 August 2006 19:25, Tobias Herp wrote:
> There are no more main numbers other than 2110, 1937...14590; I found
> that only the directories NNNN-1.txn contain files (but /not/
> 14590-1.txn). I have no idea why the 14590-N.txn directories have "S"
> attributes (group executable), while the earlier ones have "s" ...

s/S is not the executable bit.

bit - file-right (dir-right)

r - read (list files)
w - write (add/rename files/links/dirs/...)
x - execute (enter directory)
s - switch UID/GID to owner when executing (no effect on user, but keep GID
when creating new files/dirs inside)
t - sticky, no effect on files (only owner and root can delete files)
A - there are additional ACLs

in short: the umask for your Apache is set wrong. Put "umask 007" or
similiar into your start-script for Apache.


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