Can someone advise on this...
I have a box running RedHat 5.5 x64 (2.6.32-100.23.1.el5) and for some reason certain users are not able to write to /usr/tmp
ls -ld tmp/
drwxrwxrwx 6 root oinstall 4096 Sep 29 21:50 tmp/
I have set the permissions to 777 and changed the group the directory belongs to
The only way I'm able to get around this is if I reboot the box, but a day or so later it does it again. My fear is that reboots are still possible on this one box, but on production it wonít even be an option
Iím guessing there is a process I can kill to refresh or something
Has anyone experienced this, and if so how did you get around it?
Thanks in advance