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    Tomcat permissions


    Hi,

    I upgraded my application to the recent version, and after upgrade noticed that the some of the directories that are created after upgrade have root permission instead of tomcat. My tomcat is running on linux. how to set the permissions to tomcat and not as root.

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    You can change the ownership of the directory and files by using the chown command.
    Code:
    chown owner:group directory
    For example:
    Code:
    chown -R tomcat:tomcat /usr/local/tomcat
    Note the use of the 'R' flag - this means that it'll recursively change the ownership of the files under the /usr/local/tomcat directory
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