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authorAlex Pott2018-09-27 15:01:04 (GMT)
committerAlex Pott2018-09-27 15:01:12 (GMT)
commit06df3f43577d151635fc7e9f2b9717248427141b (patch)
tree3943cc14992864470a80d7a54856cf57c9d9e6b1
parentfaf551f8820d7b0f7dbb38b680b8bded4a72db00 (diff)
Issue #2867042 by jgrunert, jhodgdon, rakesh.gectcr, dawehner, jazzdrive3, alexpott, Loparev: Running any tests which extended from BrowserTestBase getting permission denied
(cherry picked from commit 8500f748a97c1592e5ddbae6eb96213c06756074)
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@@ -13,6 +13,11 @@ Note: functional tests have to be invoked with a user in the same group as the
web server user. You can either configure Apache (or nginx) to run as your own
system user or run tests as a privileged user instead.
+Invoking tests with a user that is in the same group as the web server will
+require you to ensure Drupal keeps gid stickybits when creating new directories.
+
+`$settings['file_chmod_directory'] = 02775;`
+
To develop locally, a straightforward - but also less secure - approach is to
run tests as your own system user. To achieve that, change the default Apache
user to run as your system user. Typically, you'd need to modify