I just noticed that a file I have synced has changed.
I had the file created on Linux Mint and synced it via the Desktop Client. The file I created had the file mode 755 (read, write, execute for owner and read, execute for groups and others).
When I synced it down on my Windows 11 client inside WSL with Ubuntu 20.04, I received the file in the mode 644 (read, write for owner, read for group and others).
This seems like a significant change. I couldn’t find anything about the file mode of files. Does Owncloud actually try to keep the file modes or is this simply out of scope for Owncloud?
- Create a file on a linux client. Chmod it to 755
- Sync file to server
- Sync file to a second client, check the file mode with ls -l
The file modes shouldn’t change and still be 755
The file modes are set to 644
Ubuntu Server running recommended docker compose file with the latest tag
Default compose file, apache
Default compose file, MariaDb
Not sure, current latest docker container
ownCloud version: (see ownCloud admin page)
Updated from an older ownCloud or fresh install:
Fresh install, docker image, new database
Where did you install ownCloud from:
List of activated apps:
Default apps plus the default encryption app.
Are you using external storage, if yes which one: no
Are you using encryption: yes
Are you using an external user-backend, if yes which one: none
Operating system: Linux Mint and Windows 11 WSL Ubuntu 20.04