A Definitive Answer To File/Folder Permissions For Apache?


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Hi,
I'm currently setting up a new server and having doubts about my file/folder permission settings again - no matter how much I research this, I never get what I would consider to be a comprehensive answer on the subject as the posts I've read all seem to contradict each other in slightly different ways, so I'd appreciate some input from the experts here please
First, the set-up:
1. I'm using CentOS and Apache is running as "apache".
2. There's only one site running on the server, and the document root is "/var/www/html".
3. I also have aliases to phpMyAdmin and Xcache, which live outside the web root in directories like "/usr/share/phpMyAdmin",

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