I’ve got a bit of an odd one and I’m not sure if I’m approaching it in the right way.
We have a central server that I’m resharing out to clients via nextcloud AND ftp. FTP for pause/resume functionality as we often upload thousands of file sequences.
If I create a folder via owncloud I get 750 permissions;
drwxr-xr-x 2 apache apache 10 Sep 21 16:24 nextcloud
If I create a folder via FTP I get 750 permissions;
drwxr-xr-x 2 ftp ftp 10 Sep 21 16:20 FTP
The issue is, one can’t create folders in a root folder created by the other.
i.e user creates a folder via FTP called root_dir, nextcloud user can read said folder but can’t create sub_dir
Any suggestions on how to tackle? I need to maintain both access mechanisms for various reasons.
*EDIT - Important piece of info, the server isn’t exposed to the outside world for security reasons, it’s behind a VPN.