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Re: Recursive ACLs fail

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 11:15:20 -0500

On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 11:06, Jeremiah Foster
<jeremiah.foster_at_pelagicore.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
>        I have a repo that looks like this:
>
>        /var/svn-repos/uml-model
>        /var/svn-repos/uml-model/sandbox/
>        /var/svn-repos/uml-model/sandbox/trunk/
>        /var/svn-repos/uml-model/sandbox/tags/
>        /var/svn-repos/uml-model/sandbox/branch/
>
>        And I want to have read-write permissions on the sandbox, but not on uml-model. So I have set up an ACLs fie which looks like this:
>
>        [uml-model:/]
>        * = r
>
>        [uml-model:/sandbox/]
>        * = rw
>
>
>        I am using LDAP for authentication which works fine. But what I cannot get to work is to permissions to be inheritable. No matter what my configuration, Subversion and Apache only allow me to read or write in /sandbox depending on the permissions of /.
>
>        Is there any way I can specify ACLS per directory? What am I doing wrong?

Change:
   [uml-model:/sandbox/]
To:
   [uml-model:/sandbox]

I don't think the trailing slash is permitted. Every example in the
manual omits the trailing slash on paths.
Received on 2010-03-11 17:17:11 CET

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