Would it be easier to just chmod the directories to reflect the new user?
On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 4:42 AM, Joern Toedling <j.toedl...@imb-mainz.de>wrote:
> Hi all,
> we have our own Galaxy server running under Nginx. Recently we changed the
> 'user' of Nginx in the Nginx configuration file from 'galaxy' to a more
> general 'www' since we plan to use Nginx for other purposes as well.
> Now the "Get data -> Upload file" does not work any longer because of file
> permissions. Files are uploaded correctly to a directory
> but then are owned by the 'www' user and read-writeable by this other only.
> Thus, the Galaxy user 'galaxy' cannot open them, cannot determine the file
> type and the whole "Upload file" process fails.
> How can I set the file permissions of uploaded files? Do I need to enter a
> matching 'umask' in some Galaxy configuration or in some Nginx configuration
> file. Any links to where to set such a umask would be greatly appreciated.
> Joern Toedling, PhD
> Core Facility Bioinformatics
> Institute of Molecular Biology gGmbH (IMB)
> Tel.: +49 6131 39 21511
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