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alternative solution for getting Nginx to work with gitlab on Centos #31

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This way you can keep nginx running in it's own user
 and access gitlab files.

@duksis duksis alternative solution for getting Nginx to work
This way you can keep nginx running in it's own user
 and access gitlab files.
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  1. @duksis

    alternative solution for getting Nginx to work

    duksis authored
    This way you can keep nginx running in it's own user
     and access gitlab files.
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@@ -7,3 +7,7 @@ Set user gitlab in group root for user in nginx.conf:
#user nginx;
user gitlab root;
+Or:
+
+ sudo /usr/sbin/usermod -a -G gitlab nginx
+ sudo /bin/chmod g+rx /home/gitlab/
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