[asterisk-users] Group write permissions /etc/asterisk/.
karlfife at gmail.com
Tue Mar 6 16:07:18 CST 2012
Yep. That's what's happening. I'll file a bug.
On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 4:03 PM, Jason Parker <jparker at digium.com> wrote:
> On 03/06/2012 03:44 PM, Karl Fife wrote:
> > It's not a question of whether the default directory permissions are
> > appropriate. I agree with those.
> > What we're talking about here is what happens during updates to an
> > directory. I can't see any rationale for changing the group permissions.
> If the
> > group permissions differ from the installation defaults, it is because
> > sysadmin needed them to be different in order to implement one or more
> > of extensibility / interoperability that make Asterisk so powerful.
> > Absolutely, it would make sense for the installer to check to be sure it
> > SUFFICIENT permissions to operate properly, but it is a huge leap of
> faith to
> > assume that it's appropriate to simply delete certain group permissions.
> > only in the owner's group if they belong there, no??
> > The upshot is that ever since upgrading to 1.8 we have to re-re-re-reset
> > group directory permissions to make things work, and that just seems
> insane to
> > me if that is a design choice, not a regression.
> > -Karl
> It should only set them if the directory does not exist. If it's changing
> something is very seriously broken.
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