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I have a directory of a web application cache and this has the permissions 755 (default), and I configured setfacl additional permissions.

the problem is that when I restart the system, the information is always lost permissions.

As I can preserve them?

/etc/fstab

none /home/rkmax/myapp/cache tmpfs defaults 0 0

setfacl command

-R -m rkmax:rwx -m appuser:rwx /home/rkmax/myapp/cache
-dR -m rkmax:rwx -m appuser:rwx /home/rkmax/myapp/cache 
  • you cannot preserve anything in that kind of fs, because is temporary filesystem, when you reboot or umount the fs, everything is lost – c4f4t0r May 22 '15 at 13:39
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find your user's UID

id -u username

find your user's GID

id -g username

in /etc/fstab

none /home/rkmax/myapp/cache tmpfs defaults,mode=0775,uid=998,gid=999 0 0

resources

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You can put these setfacl commands in /etc/init.d/rc.local (if it uses the inittab style init setup) or equivalent in your system.

  • i think my system uses systemd because is Arch – rkmax Aug 27 '13 at 18:44

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