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After rebooting apache in my Django app, my static app in another directory is suddenly giving 403 Forbidden errors. The permissions in that directory have not been altered, and it doesn't leave log entries in the access.log file in ~/logs/user/. How do I fix this?

asked 03 Jan '12, 06:02

Jawon
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Hi,

This is most likely a problem with your static app and not related to your Django app at all. Here are a few things to check:

  • If it's a symlink app, check if the symlink is pointing to the correct directory
  • If it's not a static-only app, check if you have an .htaccess in it
  • Check the permissions on your static app.

If you still can't figure it out, please open a ticket so we can take a look at it for you.

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answered 03 Jan '12, 06:08

todork
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