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It should be autocreated, but that can only happen if there is a permission to do so. Since it's in a folder that doesn't normally get modified, it has to be done manually. CSRF is used to prevent automated posting by bots.
Well, I got stopped cold in the upgrade because it wasn't there and I had to touch the file to trick the installer. What's the process for creating it manually (with some actual content)? And should I carry this file along with me in upgrades or have a new one generated each time?
It's empty. But it's owned by root again. I'll change the ownership back to the webserver user and see what might happen ... but I did leave it as owned by the webserver user for awhile and it remained empty. At what point should it be populated with data?