Your cache administrator is webmaster. If this is not an option, please at least consider the ability to disable the call to chmod(). I would strongly advice to remove this patch in its entirety. Your cache administrator is webmaster. check over here
Made with by awesome contributors. This website is built using zend-expressive and it runs on PHP 7. Bug3983 - Zend indexing/search errors Summary: Zend indexing/search errors Status: RESOLVED DUPLICATE of bug 3968 Product: OHS Classification: Unclassified Component: Indexing Version: 2.3 Hardware: Macintosh Mac OS X 10.0 Importance: P1 This website is built using zend-expressive and it runs on PHP 7.
During transition, content will be in both tools. How small could an animal be before it is consciously aware of the effects of quantum mechanics? In addition to this umask() usage may cause problems under multithreaded environment (http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.umask.php) :( I see only one use case for applying different permissions to index files now. But I am not sure we have other ways to provide right (user defined) permissions for index files.
First Last Prev Next This bug is not in your last search results. See the Overview section for more details. I don't see a problem with ZSL checking to see if the files are writable because that level of permission can be assigned to a group (apache user + indexer user). As it stands we need to jump through many hoops to have this work at all.
You shouldn't have to change anything. Do you think it can work, or is it not generic enough? I needed a reboot anyway =8^) However, a google on /Zend lucene Filesystem "is not readable" site:zend.com/ shows some issues in their tracker, once you week out the source file pages. Please try the request again.
These files may be recreated (also by index 'readers'). Comment 12 Alec Smecher 2009-01-08 09:03:53 PST Leaving search results issue to bug #3968. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 3968 *** Format For Printing -XML Posted by Fabrice Terrasson (fterrasson) on 2008-06-09T08:03:43.000+0000 Got the same issue stated at response #2 (Markus Fischer - 05/Mar/08 05:07 PM). This means that typically another user should do this.
Tutorials Authentication Barcode Cache Captcha Code Component Installer Config Console Crypt DB Debug DI Diactoros DOM Escaper EventManager Expressive Feed File Filter Form HTTP Hydrator InputFilter Internationalization JSON JSON-RPC Server LDAP And, as you're ware, chmod can only be issued by the owner of the files. Here is an example scenario of mine: The index is created from a non www-data user. Done.
Mark, could you re-run the permission change? check my blog Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Zend_Search_Lucene - Can't create directory '/data/users_index' up vote 2 down vote favorite I have a problem creating an index with Zend_Search_Lucene. thanks Posted by Alexander Veremyev (alexander) on 2008-03-05T17:46:24.000+0000 Aha! thanks Posted by Drew Bertola (drewb) on 2008-02-29T20:00:32.000+0000 We are on 1.0.2 and this is causing us all kinds of problems for exactly the same reasons Markus mentions.
Weird. Performing other index flush tasks... There's probably a real-life problem with my suggestion I don't see (and why this change from ZF-1429 has been introduced) but I can't see this limits. this content Browse other questions tagged php zend-framework lucene zend-search-lucene or ask your own question.
I think it's pretty unharmful, after all. :) Could you chek it up? For example, grant > (temporarily of course): > > chmod -R 777 /Library/WebServer/Documents/harvester_testing/harvester2/cache > Strangely, this has no effect: mark-jordans-computer:/ mjordan$ sudo chmod -R 777 /Library/WebServer/Documents/harvester_testing/harvester2/cache mark-jordans-computer:/ mjordan$ cd - /Library/WebServer/Documents/harvester_testing/harvester2/tools Zend_Search_Lucene should not deal with permission in anyway itself.
This method should be used if someone wants to override default index files permissions (e.g. That guarantees we have current user as file owner at chmod() call time. Comment 4 Mark Jordan 2009-01-06 19:46:27 PST (In reply to comment #3) > Is there a parent directory somewhere in the tree without an "x" bit? > Starting at / and Comment 10 Mark Jordan 2009-01-06 21:13:04 PST (In reply to comment #9) > It's possible that the file is locked.
The patch makes ALL files under the chosen index path 0660, and maybe that's wrong, I am not that expert on this. Report an issue Open an issue Zend Framework manages issues on GitHub. Confused by use of自分 here Safely adding insecure devices to my home network Closest pair of points between two sets, in 2D Should I make a reservation for going from Rome have a peek at these guys Contacts Toggle navigation ABOUT INSTALL DOCUMENTATION GET CERTIFIED BLOG PARTICIPATE Issues ZF-2779: chmod in Zend_Search_Lucene_Storage_Directory_Filesystem causes problems Issue Type: Bug Created: 2008-03-01T16:12:30.000+0000 Last Updated: 2009-01-21T06:45:02.000+0000 Status: Resolved Fix version(s): - 1.6.0
Comment 6 Mark Jordan 2009-01-06 20:13:16 PST (In reply to comment #5) > If you're able to properly generate an index via the web interface, I'd say we > can mark If you are on a Windows machine, you are going to have to right click on the folder and grant permissions to the IUSR_XXXXX account and give them read/write access to Posted by Wil Sinclair (wil) on 2008-09-02T10:39:44.000+0000 Updating for the 1.6.0 release. In restrictive environments it is completely valid that a non-owner of the lucene index files has proper write permissions to write but still is not owner.
Thanks, Kishore Comments Posted by Matthew Ratzloff (mratzloff) on 2008-07-07T15:08:50.000+0000 The problem is that it is using chmod() instead of umask(), which is probably a bad thing for a library to It looks like 660 mode is the best for default permissions (from safety point of view). See the second patch for a version which works for us. Zend_Search_Lucene_Storage_Directory_Filesystem::setDefaultFilePermissions() and Zend_Search_Lucene_Storage_Directory_Filesystem::getetDefaultFilePermissions() methods may be used to manage files permissions.
And, as you're ware, chmod can only be issued by the owner of the files.