Possible FOG installer/updater chmod typo?
- FOG Version: 1.4.0-RC-5
- OS: Ubuntu 14.04.01 LTS
The following looks like a possible typo in the fog installer/updater for chmod.
“chmod: cannot access ‘/var/log/php*fpm’: No such file or directory”
It should probably be set to “/var/log/php*fpm.log”
instead of the current string “/var/log/php*fpm”.
It’s possible this is just a remnant from when my server was updated from php5 to php7.0, since I did have problems with that as outlined in the already solved topic found at https://forums.fogproject.org/post/83191 . However, I thought I would post it anyway since it’s possible others could be affected as well, and it will apparently prevent php logging for FOG. Can anyone else confirm this error in their …/fogproject/bin/error_logs/fog_error_…log file? Or is it just me?
root@Fog01:/# date Sat Apr 15 16:35:59 2017 root@Fog01:/# tail -5 /git/fogproject/bin/error_logs/fog_error_1.4.0-RC-5.log * Exporting directories for NFS kernel daemon... ...done. * Starting NFS kernel daemon ...done. chmod: cannot access ‘/var/log/php*fpm’: No such file or directory root@Fog01:/# ls -l /var/log | grep php -rw------- 1 root root 0 Nov 13 13:13 php5-fpm.log -rw------- 1 root root 291 Nov 13 12:52 php5-fpm.log.1 ... (unnecessary output removed) ... -rw------- 1 root root 123 Sep 13 2016 php5-fpm.log.9.gz -rw------- 1 root root 0 Nov 13 13:17 php7.0-fpm.log -rw------- 1 root root 0 Mar 24 20:14 php7.1-fpm.log
Will do. I agree, not an issue for me. Thanks for letting me know.
@utopia wait for update. It wasn’t really hitting anything so not the end if the world I don’t think.
So within the /var/log folder I should have a subfolder named php7.1-fpm. Then what should it’s ownership, permissions, and contents be if I choose to try to create it manually? Or should I just wait for a dev-branch update to do this for me?
That command is correct, except I think it’s as you said (leftovers).
I’ll update the installer to hopefully correct for this as well.
The reason for the command is to update a folder named php-fpm (though it could be anything like php5-fpm php7.0-fpm etc…