CHECKHIER(8) System Manager's Manual CHECKHIER(8)NAME
checkhier - check the directory hierarchy
Checkhier checks a number of files and directories that make up the top level file system hierarchy. The output of the command is a script
that could be applied to fix things like bad mode, wrong owner or group, etc.
The script should never be executed without checking. I might be better to examine the differences oneself and to fix any problems by
Checkhier must be run by the superuser.
SEE ALSO chmod(1), chown(8), hier(7).
The exit code is 0 if all checks out right, otherwise a script is output and the exit code is 1.
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LCHGRP(3) 1 LCHGRP(3)lchgrp - Changes group ownership of symlinkSYNOPSIS
bool lchgrp (string $filename, mixed $group)
Attempts to change the group of the symlink $filename to $group.
Only the superuser may change the group of a symlink arbitrarily; other users may change the group of a symlink to any group of which that
user is a member.
- Path to the symlink.
- The group specified by name or number.
Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.
Changing the group of a symbolic link
$target = 'output.php';
$link = 'output.html';
This function will not work on remote files as the file to be examined must be accessible via the server's filesystem.
When safe mode is enabled, PHP checks whether the files or directories being operated upon have the same UID (owner) as the script
that is being executed.
This function is not implemented on Windows platforms.
SEE ALSO chgrp(3), lchown(3), chown(3), chmod(3).
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