Aitor San Juan wrote: > I have a shell script whose execution is scheduled by CRON. The > command scheduled is of the form: > > 50 23 * * 1-5 /apps/batch/cronjobs/bd_backup.sh > > /apps/batch/logs/bd_backup.log 2>&1 > > This shell script runs under the id of root. The file permissions of > the log file created are 644 (owner: root, group: wheel). I'd like that > the file permissions of the log created be 600 (or 640 maximum). How > could I accomplish this? This is probably related to "umask", but I > don't dare changing anything in case that change could affect some > other security configuration as a side effect. > > What would you recommend?
I have a few shell scripts that are run from CRON also. To accomplish what you want, I have 'chmod' and 'chown' commands in the scripts. Perhaps you might be able to incorporate something like that into yours. -- Gerard "Health experts in Europe now say one carrot a day can keep you free of colon cancer. You know, I just hope they mean you eat it." _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"