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#1 Nov 09, 2016 12:58
The auto-upgrade stopped saying that it could not write ... a lot of files.
In fact I had to manually change all files permissions to 777 for the update to proceed !
Is this a normal behaviour ? What does this imply in terms of security ?
best regards. Jacques
#3 Nov 09, 2016 23:35
Ok. Thank you François.
Two questions :
1/ why your special script is not a part of the install script ?
2/ What are then the good working permissions to reverse to ?
I did not took a list of the original settings - I know, it's stupid ;)
#4 Nov 10, 2016 00:10
This is a server security policy matter that is outside the scope of the b2evolution PHP application.
1/ The special script can NOT be a PHP script. It heavily depends on the host you use.
2/ This completely depends on the hosting configuration you use.
Please see http://b2evolution.net/man/optimal-file-permissions for more info.
#5 Nov 10, 2016 00:30
Take care. jacques