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Re: Owner on Unix file

From: Bob Proulx <bob_at_proulx.com>
Date: 2005-07-17 19:45:21 CEST

On Wednesday 13 July 2005 23:09, Albert Shih wrote:
> I've a repository for my web-site. All my file is in this repository. But
> I don't work directely on the web-server. After I commit from my computer I
> go to web server and make a svn update.
> But...after that the new file have root for owner (that's normal because I
> run svn update on root account). But I want the owner is other (eg : www).
> Many time this account www don't have shell I can run svn update under this
> account.

When I run into this case I just use the superuser power of root to
chown the own to the www web user.

  svn update
  chown -R www-data:www-data .

Since this is only a problem for root (on modern systems non-root
users can't give away ownership) it only needs to be solved for the
root user.


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