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What fixed the \"permission denied\" for me was, on the remote server, change the folder ownership to root: (This can happen when you are sending a file to a non-root user, and the directory is owned by root!)On the remote machine (copying dest.):
As Jinzai pointed out, the remote folder can be owned by the root. In my case, someone (or something) changed the owner of the user's home folder to root. So, when I tried to send a file to a remote server, a permission denied error occurred.
There is also a faster way to check if the server is blocking a file by scp or not. Try to create a file in the target folder, for example with touch test_file. If you could not create a file in the folder, then you will not be able to send the file here remotely by the same user.
You probably don't have permission to move the file to the location you've chosen. Instead of changing file ownership/permissions which may have unintended consequences, you need to perform the SCP file upload in two separate parts:
If mode is not specified and the destination filesystem object does not exist, the default umask on the system will be used when setting the mode for the newly created filesystem object.
If remote_src=yes and src contains ://, the remote machine will download the file from the URL first. (version_added 2.0). This is only for simple cases, for full download support use the ansible.builtin.get_url module.
By default this module uses atomic operations to prevent data corruption or inconsistent reads from the target filesystem objects, but sometimes systems are configured or just broken in ways that prevent this. One example is docker mounted filesystem objects, which cannot be updated atomically from inside the container and can only be written in an unsafe manner.
Note: In July 2023, Universal Analytics stops working. It is no longer recommended to do new implementations with Universal Analytics (GA3). Use Google Analytics 4 instead. It tracks file downloads automatically.
Maybe that document that you spent countless hours on last year was clicked just 10 times in total By measuring file downloads you will be able to understand which content is more engaging and where you should focus your effort more.
Unlike Universal Analytics, GA4 can automatically track file download clicks (including PDF link). That is possible thanks to Enhanced Measurement. It is enabled by default and will track what you need. Learn more.
Then go to your website where you want to track PDF downloads with Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics. Refresh the page and the Preview console must appear at the bottom of your page. If it does not, read this guide.
That regular expression means that if the clicked link contains .pdf, .xls, .xlsx, or other file extensions, then the trigger will be activated and we will be able to activate a Google Analytics tag thus send the file data to GA.
If you want to add more supported file extensions, add a pipe (vertical line) before the closing parentheses and then enter one more extension. Just make sure that you DO NOT leave the pipe before the parentheses.
Usually, tracking PDF downloads with Google Tag Manager is fairly easy (or any other types of files). Once you get a grasp on the main concepts, like triggers, tags, variables, you should be up-and-running fairly quickly.
Any idea how to track direct links to a PDF file Everything above makes sense from a link click perspective, but how would you handle someone taking your PDF link and posting it online and then as a website owner, knowing how many people not only see the PDF from link clicks, but also from direct traffic
Thank you so much for this really clear explanation! I've not used GTM before and was quite confused about how to go about tracking downloads and getting it hooked up properly with Google Analytics. With your super clear step-by-step guide I've now got it up and running in no time. I really appreciate the effort you've put into this.
Great set of instructions really clear, unfortunately...I just cannot get either a simple ahref link, or button link to a pdf doc download to trigger at all. Can you think why this may be the caseOther tracking tags work ok.
Hi,I am in the position where I need to know when the invoice is actually downloaded, can this be done Not when clicking on the URL or cliking on the text \"X\", this can only be done with data layersHow would it beThanks and regards,Ainoa
By default, dtrx extract contents to a dedicated directory and also fixes permission issues (like permission denied) faced by user while extracting content to ensure that the owner can read and write all those files.
On Red Hat based systems, dtrx is not available via default repositories, you need to download a dtrx script and install the program system-wide using below commands as root user. 59ce067264