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Author theslack
Full name Jack Neely
Date 2006-09-07 19:01:05 PDT
Message The path you gave should be where Current would be putting the
files...not reading them from...if I understand what your problem is.

Check that apache has writes the change into all the directories above
and that SELinux has a knife in it.

Jack

On 9/7/06, Jared Greenwald <jared.greenwald@​oracle.com> wrote:
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> So, I've almost worked through re-coding all of the sql statements to
> work with Oracle in the scan path, but I've run into a problem that I
> don't seem to understand.
>
> current.log:
> ....
> Sep 07 13:41:26 CRITICAL: File
> "/usr/lib/python2.3/​site-packages/curren​t/db/currentdb.py", line 275, in
> _scanFilesystem
> os.path.walk(row[0], filesystemWalker, fs_set)
> Sep 07 13:41:26 CRITICAL: File "/usr/lib/python2.3/​posixpath.py", line
> 290, in walk
> walk(name, func, arg)
> Sep 07 13:41:26 CRITICAL: File "/usr/lib/python2.3/​posixpath.py", line
> 282, in walk
> func(arg, top, names)
> Sep 07 13:41:26 CRITICAL: File
> "/usr/lib/python2.3/​site-packages/curren​t/db/currentdb.py", line 256, in
> filesystemWalker
> raise exception.CurrentDB("Cannot read %s" % filename)
> Sep 07 13:41:26 CRITICAL: CurrentDB: Cannot read
> php-oracle-4.3.9-3.10.src.rpm
> Sep 07 13:41:26 DEBUG2: API Result = <Fault 1000: 'Cannot read
> php-oracle-4.3.9-3.1​0.src.rpm'>
> Sep 07 13:41:26 WARNING: Fault: <Fault 1000: 'Cannot read
> php-oracle-4.3.9-3.1​0.src.rpm'>
>
> # ls -l /export/current/www/​oracle_add_on_i386
> ...
> - -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 5014715 Aug 28 13:42
> php-oracle-4.3.9-3.10.src.rpm
>
>
> I don't see what the permission problem is...
>
> - -Jared
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