Re: [OpenAFS] apache and home directories on with 1.4 client
Wed, 11 Jan 2006 18:10:19 EST
>On Wednesday, January 11, 2006 11:35:12 AM -0800 Russ Allbery
>> Ron Croonenberg <ronc@DePauw.edu> writes:
>>> I installed the OpenAFS client 1.4 on an FC3 machine.
>>> I created a symbolic link /home to /afs/mycell/home but if I try to
>>> point a browser to someone's public_html directory in /home/~userid it
>>> says it cannot find that url. (On other machines running the OpenAFS
>>> client 1.2.13 it "just seems to work)
>>> I remember seeing a few msgs a few days ago about some homedirectory
>>> issues ? is this related ?
>> The other thing to double-check besides SELinux is to make sure that the
>> ownership of the symlink and the target directory is suitable for whatever
>> the Apache symlink following is configured to do. For instance, if you're
>> using SymlinksIfOwnerMatch, then the Unix UID owner of the symlink and the
>> target directory have to be the same.
>But the _first_ think you should do is read the web server logs, and see
>why the server is returning an error.
I did .. for some reason some keyword (in httpd.conf) didn't seem to work. Another one did so with some
other config settings I could make it wok.
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