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For some reason, I'm having issues with a fresh install of M2, though, things seem to sort themselves out if I update the file and folder permissions on the server.

Unfortuntely, if I re-deploy the static content, or flush the cache, I need to re-update the folder permissions on the server.

Has anyone else experienced the same issue?

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You might be rebuilding static-content/flushing cache as root. Make a magento file owner user and chown the install to that user, in your apache group. Then do all your bin/magento tasks as that user.

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Try using magento default file/folder permissons:

find . -type d -exec chmod 770 {} \; && find . -type f -exec chmod 660 {} \; && chmod u+x bin/magento
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  • I can't use 770 and 660 on my server, as it shows that I don't have permission to view the site in the browser. Instead, I've been using 755 and 644, which shows the site but I then have to reset the permissions any time I make a change to the site. – MikeMason Apr 25 '16 at 11:04
  • This is from magento devdocs provide this command for set file folder permissions. – Rakesh Jesadiya Apr 25 '16 at 11:04
  • Magento is currently re implementing how we set file permissions in code. Until we change it though, you either have to use 770/660 or continue to reset permissions as you are doing now. Whenever Magento writes files, we set them with 770/660 permissions. – Steve Johnson Apr 26 '16 at 13:28

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