Keywords: LAMP/MAMP/WAMP - AWS - Technical issue - Permissions
bndiagnostic ID: cfc5f36e-f59a-afdb-86f2-2e334df0adcb
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bndiagnostic failure reason: The tool was nice but didn’t detect or address my main issue
I would think that it would compare the permissions and ownership of known sensitive directories with what they should be (or how they come stock) and identify potential problems there. It would also be helpful to see which users attempted to perform which actions that were disallowed by permissions going back at least a couple hours.
/tmp directories that my application writes to are having their permissions reset and changed all the time automatically and I cannot figure out why. I wrote a script to 777 them all but it seems I have to re-run it each time I start a new SSH session. And also permissions bugs that I think I’ve squashed come up time and time again. Also I do not understand which processes are running as which users so that I know which users should get which perms to which dirs.