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Good Morning, 
 
the technical department of my service provider (Aruba cloud) says that, in order to avoid security problems, it is mandatory to assign these permissions: 
 
755 - For all directories 
644 - For all files 
 
I followed the guide for installing/upgrading Revive Adserver, but the provider I use prevents me from assigning 777 permissions to these directories: 
 
/ plugins 
/ var 
/ www / admin / plugins 
 
After logging in, I get this warning: 
 
Error: File permission errors detected. 
These may impact the accurate delivery of your ads, 
See the debug.log file for the list of files unwritable 
 
I can not change the permissions because the provider forbids me, there is a solution to solve this problem without changing permissions? 
Thank you!

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Revive will function just fine with 755 permission, but you need to be running in suPHP. There is a disadvantage of running suPHP thought, as performance will be degraded by a huge amount. Haven't noticed any Revive being hacked or compromised when using 777 permission.

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