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Hello,

I have a bunch of index.jsp that need to change the ownership from root:root to apache:apache

i can find them by
#find /home/unitnet -name "index.jsp" -exec ls -sl {} \; | grep root

looking for a way to change the owner and group to apache

thanks
Randy
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find /home/unitnet -name index.jsp -exec chown apache:apache {} \;
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It will change all index.jsp files of course. If you want to change only files which belong to root:root, then use below command:
find /home/unitnet -name index.jsp -user root -group root -exec chown apache:apache {} \;
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