An optional config file may be used to add or remove files from the freepbx chown process. If this file does not exist on your system you can add it manually.
item = /path/to/item
Directory and all subitems
directory = /path/to/directory
type = path,perms,owner,group
file: Single file
dir: Single Directory strip executable bit for files
rdir: Recursive directory
execdir: Set permission for directory without stripping execute bit.
[blacklist] item = /etc/asterisk/bar.foo directory = /var/spool/asterisk/monitor/ [custom] file = /etc/foo.bar,0644,root,asterisk dir = /etc/mydir,0755,root,asterisk rdir = /tmp/foo/,755,root,asterisk execdir = /bin/mydir,0755,root,asterisk
Are there any way to skip the permission setting? As per my understanding permission should be one time job. After setting this permission fwconsole restart should not set permission every time. This is a time taking process to restart every time and it will set the permission to all related files.
Seems unfortunate to call this a "Blacklist". Blacklist already has another well defined meaning in Asterisk/FreePBX.
My $0.02 only (GST/VAT included)