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Unix (Linux) permission denied

Question asked by Lucas_Amorim_8287 on Nov 16, 2016
Latest reply on Nov 18, 2016 by Lucas_Amorim_8287

Hi all,

I am trying to write to a file, in this example:
echo testing233333 >> testing.log

But it is giving me a permission denied when running from Automic.
If I log in via Putty with the same automic account I have no issues to write to it.

Below are permissions to the file.
-rw-rw-r--. 1 root    jboss 93854 Nov 16 11:39 testing.log

Below are the groups where the automic account is member:
automic : automic jboss

If I set automic  as the file owner, it works.
Seems like Automic is not understanding the membership of the group.
Or should I set the automic account as root?

Anyone with a similar issue or expertise to give me a light?