On Wednesday 13 March 2002 08:55, Don wrote:
> I did. That's why I'm confused. phpinfo() is telling me that the user is
> myself (I don't see the group). So what is the "permission" difference
> between running PHP and logging on to the server via telnet as myself?
> > On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Don wrote:
> > use phpinfo() to find that out...
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I have a question about how PHP runs. I have a file on my FreeBSD
> server that is owned by another user but is the same group as myself. The
> file has read/write permissions for the user only. Therefore, when I log
> onto the server I cannot read or write to the file. In fact, I can not
> even FTP it.
> > > The funny thing is, I wrote a PHP script to read the file (it's
> > > actually
> a CSV file) into an array using the function fgetcsv and display the values
> within the browser. This worked.
> > > So my question is, what user is PHP run under that allows me to access
> another user's file (but the same group)?
If it's true that the file in question is only rw by the user ie 0600 or
-rw------- 1 user user
then it cannot be read by you OR the webserver -- unless the webserver is
running as root (unlikely). So the question is, are you 100% positively sure
that the permissions are as you said only read/write for the user?
Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
Lord, defend me from my friends; I can account for my enemies.
-- Charles D'Hericault
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