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  • By Nikolai Shcherbin
    My next bet would be SELinux. Look at this reply. There's the links to similar issues
  • By seri_ng
    It seems to be the SELinux that restricts the read/write permissions. I set SELinux to the
  • By TCB
    I believe this may have been due to SELINUX being enabled
  • By Nikolai Shcherbin
    Read this and especially this reply tl;dr It seems to be the SELinux that restricts the read
  • By seri_ng
    Thanks Nikolai for the SELinux discussion link. You've been spoiling us with useful links. That
  • By seri_ng
    My colleague found a solution for this issue. It turned out to be SELinux issue in this case. Below
  • By Robert C
    SELinux contexts and booleans, so hopefully more people will see the note in the documentation and get it
  • By seri_ng
    server. They have the same permissions and correct owner. My next bet would be SELinux. Thanks Jerome!
  • By iionly
    Glad you got it fixed. I have to admit that I hadn't thought about SELinux as possible reason
  • By iionly
    . Ask your support of the webhost if SELinux is used and if this is the case ask them how to restore the