I have two vhosts setup each using the DocRoot UID setting so that scripts run under the user which owns the directory. The problem I'm having is allowing user1 to access a file in user2 directory. Below is what I'm using in my /etc/groups file. Each the directories are chmod 770
Based on this setup user1 should be able to gain access to user2 files. However, I'm getting permission denied? Yet if I assign the lsws user owner of user1 files it seems allow it to access user2 files.
I'm wondering if LiteSpeed when reading the directory/file and when using DocRoot UID does it consider the additional groups?
Please download and try 3.3.16 package by changing the version number in the download link.
supplementary groups was not initialized for CGI scripts in lscgid prior to 3.3.16.
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