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Would it be safe to say only the files directory should be owned by apache user ?

I have mine set files apache:root

And all other drupal directories root:root ?

My permissions are set to 755 for everything excepting 444 on settings.php

Actually my files I've set to 775 and have in www chown -R root:apache html

then chown -R apache:root files

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It would be safe with all folders being in 0775 and settings.php in 444. However, if you would use FTP/SFTP to edit either the themes or any module files You may need to login with the "Owner" user, which may or may not be possible in a shared hosting environment.

So., depending on that you may choose. However, if you use SSh it will be not an issue.

  • actually have now apache:root on files and root:apache on all else. does this sound ok? access via ssh and only one user. – cea Jan 6 '14 at 6:36
  • Yes, in that case, it is fine. "root:apache" on everything is fine. – Nocturnalknight Jan 6 '14 at 7:16

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