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PHP scripts outputs files I cannot see even as root


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I have a cron job registered that runs a PHP script that in turn outputs log files. When I log in as root (via ssh) I go to the log files directory and there is nothing. Then I made a PHP script to list files in the directory, and there they are! I'm stumped, any ideas?

Additional info: if I run the PHP script that cron is running as root, it outputs a log file that I CAN see.

Thanks in advance!
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