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File Permision for PHP errors log

lp0411
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I have a server hosted by rackspace cloud and I'm trying to get it set up for my web site.  I was trying to capture my php error messages in a log file but I've had to give write access to the world in order to get it to work.  I don't want to give write access to the world for my log file.  How do I make it so it is set up only for root and still have apache able to write to it?
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You can use ACLs

Please issue the following command:

chmod 770 /log/file/name
setfacl -m u:apache:rwx /log/file/name

If the Apache user is name is httpd, please issue this

setfacl -m u:httpd:rwx /log/file/name
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Second way is to give the file apache group so you would access through group apache.


1. Become root
2. chgrp apache /log/file/name
3. chmod 770 /log/file/name


What is the group of apache?  Is it apache or httpd
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