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Re: webdav configuration setup

From: Tom Hosiawa <tomek32_at_rogers.com>
Date: 2004-04-08 16:15:50 CEST

Well then, if it's easier, just make the all your repositories wholly
> owned by whatever user apache is already running as.
> The real goal here is to avoid multiple users from accessing the
> repositories. It can get very complex when that happens. The last
> section in chapter 6 discusses this.

I think I like this the best.

Now I'm testing suid, but the owner doesn't seem to stay when I create a
new file.

I have:
"drwsrws--- 4 apache svn 4096 Apr 8 14:09 svn"

when I do:
# cd svn
# touch a.txt
# ls -l a.txt
-rw------- 1 root svn 0 Apr 8 14:09 a.txt

The sgid seems work, but the owner's isn't? Is my understanding of suid
wrong, but should the owner be set apache?


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