When using mkdir() with the recursive flag set to true do all the created directories get the specified chmod or just the last one? For example:

mkdir('/doesnotExist1/doesnotExist2/doesnotExist3/', 0755, true);

Will the newly created directories /doesnotExist1/ and /doesnotExist1/doesnotExist2/ also get the same chmod as /doesnotExist1/doesnotExist2/doesnotExist3/ = 0755?

If not, is there any way to force the above behavior?

I would test this myself, but I don't have access to a *nix box ATM.

Comments

Surely this belongs on serverfault?

Written by Ben Everard

@ILMV: No; this is regarding PHP.

Written by Will Vousden

@ILMV - it's a question about PHP's mkdir, so I don't think so.

Written by Dominic Rodger

Accepted Answer

Just tested on gentoo linux with PHP 5.2.12: They all have the same permissions.

soulmerge@shark-g:~$ php -a
Interactive shell

php > mkdir('asd/def/ghi', 0700, 1);
php > ^C
soulmerge@shark-g:~$ ls -hal asd
total 12K
drwx------  3 soulmerge soulmerge 4.0K 2010-01-12 10:32 .
drwxr-xr-x 79 soulmerge soulmerge 4.0K 2010-01-12 10:32 ..
drwx------  3 soulmerge soulmerge 4.0K 2010-01-12 10:32 def
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