CF:230 Diego: 0.1441.0 Garden-linux: 0.327.0
I ran “chmod a+x *” under my application’s “bin” folder and then zip all files. The command for starting application is “bin/start_ngis.sh -m dev”.
I downloaded the droplet from CC after staging on diego, the file permission under “bin” folder was modified to “-rw-r--r--”.
How would diego decide which file’s permission should be preserved and which one should be modified. I found a very strange thing. Part of jar files under “bundles” folder were modified to “-rwxr--r--”. But part of them were not changed.
From: Daniel Mikusa [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 2016年2月16日 23:26
To: Discussions about Cloud Foundry projects and the system overall.
Subject: [cf-dev] Re: Diego: Permission denied when starting application with startup command
On Tue, Feb 16, 2016 at 4:21 AM, Meng, Xiangyi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Our application is started by a shell script. So we pushed our application with –c option. It works fine with dea. Application could be started successfully. But when I pushed the application into diego, I got “bash bin/start.sh permission denied”. I also found if I pushed and started the application into dea first and enabled diego later, the error was gone. I guess that is because dea will update file permission during staging.
I suspect you're running into this:
I also tried to grant permission when zipping the applciation. But diego totally ignore the setting. Could someone help me to solve this problem?
What version of cf are you using? What is your OS? What do you mean by "grant permission when zipping the application", what commands are you running to do that?