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The most common rule is to chmod the directories to 755 and files 644.
A practice increasingly common among hosts is to practice the allocation of rights automatically.
These values â€‹â€‹are good in many cases but must be adapted according to the security policy of the host concerned.
CAUTION: It is imperative to refer to the documentation for your host about it.
Files data/* 666
Note: / * means that all files in the directory should be as shown chmodes
File data / * : rights = 666. UNIX command = chmod 666
data / * means all files in the data directory must be chmod 666
How to detect that you should execute these " CHMOD"?
When you get a string of error messages of this kind , you must chmod :
Warning: fopen ( "data / logh.dtb ", "w " ) - Permission denied in on line xxx http://www.mysite.com/inc/functions.php following versions
Warning : Supplied argument is not a valid File- Handle resource in http://www.mysite.com/inc/ functions.php on line xxx following versions
Warning: fopen ( " w" " / data / logh.dtb . . " ) - Read-only file system in functions.php on line xxx following versions
Warning: fputs (): Supplied argument is not a valid File- Handle resource in functions.php on line xxx following versions
Chmods these may vary according to the hosts. See FAQ thereof
For more details about CHMOD