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permission denied error when copying files in jenkins

Pradeep Patra
Hi all,
.  I have created a Jenkins server (master) and tried copying from one location/path of jenkins server to another  location a Perl script within the same server. I have changed all the file/ folders for Jenkins user/group(chown,chgrp)and restarted the Jenkins server. While copying files I an getting error " regular file cp failed: Permission denied error after trigerring the Jenkins job which uses script to copy files. Can anyone help in this please?

Regards
Pradeep

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Re: permission denied error when copying files in jenkins

Alex Domoradov
You can check in the server console

# su -l jenkins -s /bin/bash -c 'cp /location/path1/file1.txt /location2/path2/file1.txt'

On Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 11:53:59 PM UTC+3, Pradeep Patra wrote:
Hi all,
.  I have created a Jenkins server (master) and tried copying from one location/path of jenkins server to another  location a Perl script within the same server. I have changed all the file/ folders for Jenkins user/group(chown,chgrp)and restarted the Jenkins server. While copying files I an getting error " regular file cp failed: Permission denied error after trigerring the Jenkins job which uses script to copy files. Can anyone help in this please?

Regards
Pradeep

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Re: permission denied error when copying files in jenkins

David Hohl
I have actually the same problem, if I run:

su -l jenkins -s /bin/bash -c 'cp /var/lib/jenkins/workspace/xxx/index.php /var/www/html/tmp/'


the result is: 

cannot create regular file ‘/var/www/html/tmp/index.php’: Permission denied


What can I do?

On Friday, April 22, 2016 at 2:29:11 PM UTC+2, Alex Domoradov wrote:
You can check in the server console

# su -l jenkins -s /bin/bash -c 'cp /location/path1/file1.txt /location2/path2/file1.txt'

On Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 11:53:59 PM UTC+3, Pradeep Patra wrote:
Hi all,
.  I have created a Jenkins server (master) and tried copying from one location/path of jenkins server to another  location a Perl script within the same server. I have changed all the file/ folders for Jenkins user/group(chown,chgrp)and restarted the Jenkins server. While copying files I an getting error " regular file cp failed: Permission denied error after trigerring the Jenkins job which uses script to copy files. Can anyone help in this please?

Regards
Pradeep

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RE: permission denied error when copying files in jenkins

jmellor

‘/var/www/html directory normally requires root privileges to update.  Doing so as user Jenkins is not going to work unless you have altered the directory permissions (highly non-advisable) to match.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of David Hohl
Sent: October-26-16 16:05
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Subject: Re: permission denied error when copying files in jenkins

 

I have actually the same problem, if I run:

su -l jenkins -s /bin/bash -c 'cp /var/lib/jenkins/workspace/xxx/index.php /var/www/html/tmp/'


the result is: 

cannot create regular file ‘/var/www/html/tmp/index.php’: Permission denied


What can I do?

On Friday, April 22, 2016 at 2:29:11 PM UTC+2, Alex Domoradov wrote:

You can check in the server console

# su -l jenkins -s /bin/bash -c 'cp /location/path1/file1.txt /location2/path2/file1.txt'

On Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 11:53:59 PM UTC+3, Pradeep Patra wrote:

Hi all,
.  I have created a Jenkins server (master) and tried copying from one location/path of jenkins server to another  location a Perl script within the same server. I have changed all the file/ folders for Jenkins user/group(chown,chgrp)and restarted the Jenkins server. While copying files I an getting error " regular file cp failed: Permission denied error after trigerring the Jenkins job which uses script to copy files. Can anyone help in this please?

Regards
Pradeep

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