November 4, 2021 in Technical Problems
I get occasional messages, generally during a bulk mail send, that files in the datastore are not writeable. In the last bulk send approximately 500 messages. I also get bounced emails with incorrect email addresses (I am guessing corrupted due to datastore issue. Before installation the I ran the system check which highlights any problem forum permissions, with no problem.
The permissions seem to be ok, and looking at file dates, the files are still being written to at other times.
Is there are more detailed permissions checker script?
On a bulk mail send, when would the datastore be used?
During a mail send would the directory and files be accessed by a process owned by apache only? Are other owners possible? What about groups?
Is there a way to get a more detailed trace?
I am currently getting abuse reports for emails sent where the 'to' email address is gibberish.
Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.
I think the first thing we need to do is get a ticket opened for this, which I have just done. I will need details on the emails ect sharing, which is not suitable for public of course.
Thanks Marc. 🙂
As mentioned in the ticket there, this appears to be an issue whereby your task is writing items that your web user cannot read or overwrite, which is causing you problems. This is something you would need to address with your hosting company to get resolved
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