reload does not change the permissions.
Only a restart.
On Monday, November 16, 2015 at 8:21:33 PM UTC-5, Christian Hammond wrote:
> Hi Joseph,
> I've never seen that before. Nothing we do should be affecting
> permissions. Maybe someone else on this list has an idea, but I find that
> very strange...
> Does this happen when you simply reload Apache, as opposed to restarting
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> On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 11:51 AM, Joseph Henry <data...@gmail.com
>> Everytime that I restart apache and then go to the ReviewBoard site, I am
>> greeted with the screen telling me to run:
>> $ sudo chown -R apache "/var/www/ReviewBoard/htdocs/media/ext"
>> $ sudo chown -R apache "/var/www/ReviewBoard/htdocs/static/ext"
>> When I do this, everything works, But if I restart apache, the directories
>> are always reset to being owned by root and I have to do it all again.
>> Has anyone else seen this problem?
>> Is there something I can do to prevent this?
>> Centos 7.1
>> Apache 2.4.6
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