Coda File System

Re: acl "transitivity"

From: root <>
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2010 04:07:12 -0800
> For rudimentary permissions needs you need rudimentary setup,
> for advanced needs you need an advanced setup. Coda offers reasonable
> tools for both.

And those tools would be?  cfs sa? 

> Forget chmod/chown.
> Forget "client_host". It is irrelevant for access-rights-related
> discussion.
> Forget "logon". It has nothing to do with Coda security [model].
> Forget "volume" when you are talking permissions, think "directory".


> It seems that your thought setup is not being designed with Coda
> security model in mind.

What model will provide rudimentary file access security? 

> My best suggestions for going further are listed above.

I missed it.  An explicit ACL set on each directory?  An explicit ACL set on 
each directory and file?  A simple yes or no will suffice, provided such can 
be given. 

Received on 2010-01-26 07:07:40