You may need to set custom ownership of Artifactory for RPM/Debian service installation.
By default, Artfactory's OS user/group is artifactory:artifactory for RPM, Debian service installation in 7.x
(This doesn't occur with Linux Archive install or non-service installs)
You may need to configure custom ownership of Artfiactory.
1. Change ownership of application and data directory to custom_user and custom_group,
Note : make sure artifactory is not running.
chown -R custom_user:custom_group /opt/jfrog/artifactory
chown -R custom_user:custom_group /var/opt/jfrog/artifactory
2. Edit /opt/jfrog/artifactory/var/etc/system.yaml with custom_user and custom_group details under shared:
3. Start artifactory
systemctl start artifactory.service
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