mkdir(dirname($path['image']['server']), 0755, true);
After the switch to NGINX, I’m getting the following warning:
Warning: mkdir(): Permission denied in ...
I’ve already checked all the permissions of the parent directories, so I’ve determined that I probably need to change the NGINX or PHP-FPM ‘user’ but I’m not sure how to do that (I never had to specify user permissions for APACHE). I can’t seem to find much information on this. Any help would be great!
(Note: Besides this little hang-up, the switch to NGINX has been pretty seamless; I’m using it for the first time and it literally only took about 10 minutes to get up and running with NGINX. Now I’m just ironing out the kinks.)
Run nginx & php-fpm as www:www
Edit nginx.conf and set user to
If the master process is run as root, then nginx will setuid()/setgid() to USER/GROUP. If GROUP is not specified, then nginx uses the same name as USER. By default it’s nobody user and nobody or nogroup group or the –user=USER and –group=GROUP from the ./configure script.
Edit php-fpm.conf and set user and group to
user – Unix user of processes. Default “www-data”
group – Unix group of processes. Default “www-data”
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