I have upgraded apache2.2 to 2.3, now a strange error I faced. Existing Apache authorization directives are not working,
I have done a modification that fixed the issue
[Wed Jan 28 04:29:51.468839 2015] [authz_core:error] [pid 29764:tid 139708675897088] [client 22.214.171.124:46348] AH01630: client denied by server configuration: /opt/web-home/raspberrypi/facecount/static-assets/images/detect.png
This changes the way that access control is declared from
Order allow, deny Allow from all
Require all granted
his means that the total configuration for a
Directory is now something like:
<Directory /path/to/directory> Options FollowSymlinks AllowOverride none Require all granted </Directory>
Restart apache and it’ll all work nicely.
Iam getting ERROR 403 while accessing my website, I have checked error log and I found .htacess file missing or unable to read, form the below error have to know that a file missing from the given location and also noticed one thing apache will still searching file outside to the public_html directory. This indicates that the webserver unable to reach into the hosting location. Cpanel say’s that problem with frontpage extension, reinstall it to fix the issue.
In the error log /var/log/httpd/domains/domain.com.error.log
[crit] [client 126.96.36.199] (13)Permission denied: /home/username/.htaccess pcfg_openfile: unable to check htaccess file, ensure it is readable
In this case the error because of miss-permission on public_html, Here we have a script to solve permission based issues this will help you to reset users permission as their own. set_permission.sh
Also their has a manual method to solve this by changing the folder permissions with a chmod 755 (a+rx, u+w). On the otherhand have to change the group (chgrp www-data …) or maybe add Apache2 to a new group (see useradd(1) or just edit /etc/group), then restart Apache2. This may work on all systems.
root@server19 [~]# sh set_permissions.sh *********************************************** Tue Nov 20 22:19:07 IST 2012 : set_permissions.sh DirectAdmin File Permission/Ownership script Usage: set_permissions.sh all set_permissions.sh da_files set_permissions.sh user_homes set_permissions.sh mysql set_permissions.sh email set_permissions.sh logs set_permissions.sh etc_configs internal: set_permissions.sh maildir <user> <path/Maildir> set_permissions.sh set_user_home <user>