After trying a lot of different solutions I came here for some help.
I have a web apps in apache HTTPD which serve the frontend and a Java app in Tomcat in the same server.
The thing is that the files created by Tomcat are not readable by Apache. I mean, the users can upload files in the appache server, it send the files to the Tomcat serve who process some information and storage the files in a public folder so Apache can read it. The thing is that Apache gets 403 on those files.
If I run chmod -R 777 in the img/ directory (where the files are storage) I get access to those files, but every time I upload a new file, the HTTPD doesn't have access to it until I run the command.
I created a group call webusers and I added the tomcat and apache users to it.
If I run ln -l over that directory I get (for the old files)
drwsrwsrwx. 2 tomcat webusers 4096 Aug 16 08:50 337
But when I upload a new file I get:
drwxr-s---. 2 tomcat webusers 4096 Aug 16 14:44 33f
And If I try to open in the browser I get
You don't have permission to access /assets/img/cars/brands/33f1d3f1-0e4b-4924-acc1-11e28bed08a8/c_h_1.jpg on this server.
I tried many chown -R / chmod -R 7777 without success, could you help me to make readable by apache the files created by tomcat?