[Dirvish] Re: dirvish-expire trouble with read only vault
waterwingz at sbcglobal.net
Sat May 13 01:13:12 UTC 2006
On Fri, 2006-05-12 at 11:56 +0100, Dave Howorth wrote:
> But you don't say who the owner is? Which can depend on your
> rsync/dirvish settings.
> You don't say how dirvish is set up to run rsync. Is rsync running as
> the normal user or as some other user via a daemon?
> You certainly need to run it as a user who has permission to alter
> I don't think you need write permission to delete files? You need
> execute permission on the directory above? But I think the issue is
> essentially a question of ownership, not permissions.
I run dirvish and rsync all as the same user ("joe" of group "users").
When I look at the vaults, all files and directories are owned by "joe"
of group "users".
If I log in as "joe" and go to those directories, I can't manually
delete files ( rm image001.jpg ) if the w bit for the woner of the
directory is not set. This was the simple experiment I actually tried
in order to figure this out.
I suspect the original idea was to create vaults that could not
accidentally be changed ? If I can't find the spot in the code to fix
this, I suppose I could use a script from cron to change all directories
prior to launching dirvish-expire and then change them back after it
runs with a second script.
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