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Re: filesystem ACLs vs. CVS

From: Noel Yap
Subject: Re: filesystem ACLs vs. CVS
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2002 05:37:13 -0800 (PST)

--- "Greg A. Woods" <address@hidden> wrote:
> [ On Friday, February 22, 2002 at 12:35:01 (-0800),
> Noel Yap wrote: ]
> > > No, you can't control the group owner of the
> files
> > > either, at least not
> > > without going to a great deal of effort (i.e.
> > > internally re-engineering
> > > how CVS re-writes ,v files).
> > 
> > This part can be done using a loginfo script
> (assuming
> > the user can chgrp to the particular group).
> No, it can not really be done that way -- certainly
> not for remote
> clients....

AFAIK, this thread is about "filesystem ACLs vs CVS". 
I've done just this with a loginfo script and it did
work for remote clients.  Even if remote clients get
mapped to one server user id (as I'm inferring from
your post), this would still work.  I would audit
exactly who is using the server (by using individual
SSH key pairs) and wouldn't completely trust the
security since noone claims that CVS is secure.


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