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Re: Storing /etc in a repository

From: Clemens Schwaighofer <cs_at_tequila.co.jp>
Date: 2005-01-19 09:24:30 CET

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On 12/31/2004 06:03 AM, Jani Averbach wrote:

> In fact I version every single file which is not machine generated,
> even if they are empty or contains no actual configurations. This had
> saved my day at least once, when ext3 htree index bug ate my whole
> /etc/pam.d directory, and rendered the system unusable. The whole
> recovery process was a single 'svn up'...

Hwo did you solve the file rights or ownership thing?

eg some files (shadow) are of course 0600, but the roots umask is 0000
so the file checked otu will be 0666 (if its lost).

or what about different ownser, groups? (might be for a chroot running

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