On 9/2/15 4:19 PM, Stefan Kaltenbrunner wrote:
> maybe - but having a fixed "default"  is very different from baking a
> classic unix permission concept of user/group/world^others into actual
> DDL or into a COPY option. The proposed syntax might make some sense to
> a admin used to a unix style system but it is likely utterly
> incomprehensible to somebody who is used to (windows style) ACLs.
> I dont have a good answer on what to do else atm but I dont think we
> should embedded traditional/historical unix permission models in our
> grammer unless really really needed...

The user can just create a directory with appropriate permissions and
copy the files there.  I don't really see why COPY needs to know about
all this.

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