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RE: Re: Apache user/group

From: Simon McClenahan <smcclenahan_at_healthcompartners.com>
Date: 2004-02-26 18:50:16 CET

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christian Lescuyer [mailto:cl@goelette.net]

> Initially, I used apache/web for Apache2 and svn/web for
> administration. On
> access, Apache set ownership to apache/web, but also changed
> mod to 644,
> preventing write access for administration.

I created apache user and web, svn groups. I added apache user to the svn group, and chgrp svn all my repositories. Apache is running as apache/web . Is it possible to configure the umask of the apache user?

I can see the same issue happening now that I had with svn+ssh , where the db log files are owned by other users using svn+ssh: and file: access. Isn't there some sort of sticky bits I can set on the repository dirs to force the group and rw permission for new log files in the db directory?

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