Hi.

Linux:
$ id
uid=42451(u42451) gid=155(clients) groups=155(clients), 42451(u42451)

$ ls -la
drwx--x---   7    u42451   www       512   29 oct 19:33 .
drwxr-x--x   254  root     wheel     79872 29 oct 19:28 ..
drwx---r-x   16   u42451   clients   1024  29 oct 18:34 http

$ mkdir test
$ ls -ld test
drwxr-xr-x  2 u42451  clients  512 29 oct 19:39 test

it means that dirs are always made with primary usergroup.

FreeBSD:
Everithing the same but,
$ mkdir test
$ ls -ld test
drwxr-xr-x  2 u42451  www  512 29 oct 19:39 test it means the group is
alway inherited from parent dir.

Can I make this as in linux?
Thanks.

--
BRGDS. Alesha Vlasov.
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