maxozerov at i-free.com
Thu Mar 9 14:58:38 UTC 2017
And what is the purpose of changing permissions?
In other words - nginx.conf - user www-data; So for example, Directories Access: (0700/drwx) with Uid: (33/www-data) And no one forbids you to access the cache from this user for manipulating files (allow other process (for example php-fpm runs as www-data) to delete Nginx cache files).
From: nginx [mailto:nginx-bounces at nginx.org] On Behalf Of maznislav
Sent: Thursday, March 9, 2017 5:06 PM
To: nginx at nginx.org
Subject: Fastcgi_cache permissions
Hello, I was searching for an answer for this question quite a bit, but unfortunately I was not able to find such, so any help is much appreciated.
The issue is the following - I have enabled Fastcgi_cache for my server and I have noticed that the cache has very restricted permissions 700 to be precise. I need to be able to change those permissions, but unfortunately I am not able to do so. I do not see any configuration variable that is responsible for this, neither the nginx process uses the umask value set for generating the permissions for those files. If someone has an idea how can I make nginx to use custom permissions for the cache that would great.
Thanks a lot.
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