Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-16 Thread Ruben de Groot
On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 05:39:31PM -0700, Yuri typed: On 08/15/2011 13:10, Dan Nelson wrote: As a sanity check, what is the output of the groups command? If you recently edited /etc/group, maybe you need to log out and back in to a credential with the new group list? Reboot cured the

Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-15 Thread Chuck Swiger
Hi-- On Aug 15, 2011, at 1:06 PM, Yuri wrote: Why does this error occur? Two groups seem identical. Just different group ids. Filesystem is UFS: /dev/ad10s1a on / (ufs, NFS exported, local) How many groups is user john in? There's a limit of MAXGROUPS = 16. Regards, -- -Chuck

Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-15 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Aug 15), Yuri said: User john is a member of both webcamd and vboxusers: # grep john /etc/group webcamd:*:145:john vboxusers:*:920:john When the file /tmp/my-test is owned by webcamd, user john can touch it ok: $ ls -l /tmp/my-test ; touch /tmp/my-test -rw-rw 1

Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-15 Thread Yuri
On 08/15/2011 13:09, Chuck Swiger wrote: How many groups is user john in? There's a limit of MAXGROUPS = 16. john is a member of only 3 groups, users, webcamd and vboxusers. Yuri ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-15 Thread Michael Sierchio
On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Yuri y...@rawbw.com wrote: User john is a member of both webcamd and vboxusers: # grep john /etc/group webcamd:*:145:john vboxusers:*:920:john When the file /tmp/my-test is owned by webcamd, user john can touch it ok: $ ls -l /tmp/my-test ; touch  

Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-15 Thread Yuri
On 08/15/2011 13:10, Dan Nelson wrote: As a sanity check, what is the output of the groups command? If you recently edited /etc/group, maybe you need to log out and back in to a credential with the new group list? $ groups john users webcamd vboxusers $ touch /tmp/my-test touch: /tmp/my-test:

Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-15 Thread Yuri
On 08/15/2011 13:10, Dan Nelson wrote: As a sanity check, what is the output of the groups command? If you recently edited /etc/group, maybe you need to log out and back in to a credential with the new group list? Reboot cured the problem. Is this because some other command should be run to

Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-15 Thread perryh
Michael Sierchio ku...@tenebras.com wrote: On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Yuri y...@rawbw.com wrote: User john is a member of both webcamd and vboxusers: # grep john /etc/group webcamd:*:145:john vboxusers:*:920:john When the file /tmp/my-test is owned by webcamd, user john can

Re: Group permissions are broken?

2011-08-15 Thread Yuri
On 08/16/2011 01:32, per...@pluto.rain.com wrote: On my 8.1 system, sticky(8) says: A directory whose `sticky bit' is set becomes ... a directory in which the_deletion_ of files is restricted. A file in a sticky directory may only be_removed_ or_renamed_ if ... [emphasis added]