Also, since a version prior to 2.0 it's been possible to specify the mode
using non-octal notation. That is:
Or, in a playbook:
- name: Update permissions on a file.
Personally I prefer this method and recall being quite happy when it was
implemented mostly because I just don't like octal notation.
On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 9:41:04 AM UTC-7, Kai Stian Olstad wrote:
> On 15. sep. 2016 14:10, Алексей Гуносов wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I have a server with Ubuntu Server 16.04.1. I test some ansible features
> > it from my desktop with Ubuntu 16.04.1.
> > So I have system user "www-data" for Apache with uid=33(www-data)
> > gid=33(www-data) groups=33(www-data).
> > I have directory /var/www/html/wordpress that I want to set permissions
> > the system user/group "www-data".
> > I write that in playbook:
> > file: path=/var/www/html/wordpress owner=www-data group=www-data
> > state=directory recurse=yes
> Mode should always start with a 0 since it's a octal.
> To change the owner and group you need to be root to allow that.
> > So when I check the permissions of directory /var/www/html/wordpress I
> > that the owner is "1001" and group is "1001". But I haven't the user and
> > group with uid and gid 1001. And this is the problem.
> > What can I do?
> Since you have provided little information about how you run this it's
> hard for people to help. Which user are you using, are you using become,
> what is the output of ansible-playbook -vvvv <your playbook>
> Kai Stian Olstad
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