Web Station Symfony Permissions

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Web Station Symfony Permissions

Unread post by MaxG » Wed Jul 11, 2018 3:51 pm

My Symfony App (Grav CMS) write some files in cache directory and show me some errors "Permissions denied...".
These are permission issues because the application can not write to the /cache directory.
Doing some tests (permissions 777, change owners/grpups etc.), I have seen that the application tries to write files with http User of http Group (http:http)... but in my DSM 6.2 there is no http user: only the http group exists!
I think the problem is that, since the http user does not exist, there is no permission to have to write in the url of the virtual host.
I would like to know if it happened to someone and how he solved this problem.

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