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From: GertJan Spoelman (slgjs.cc)
Date: Fri Jun 28 2002 - 15:03:37 CDT
On Friday 28 June 2002 21:13, Gero Lindenblatt wrote:
> Dear friends,
> i am noticing that every once in a while that
> rwx--xr-x /home root users.....
> ist changed back to
> rwxr-xr-x /home root root .....
> I know these information is no very precise. sorry for that.
> Here my question: Is there a program under SUSE 7.2 that does this ? or can
> only root do this or one of his skripts ?
That's defined in /etc/permissions, see the info in that file.
Normally permissions are only set by SuSEconfig (which also can be called from
yast or yast2) and AFAIK not by any cronjob except rotate_logs which set
permissions according to the ones defined in /etc/logfiles
So maybe they change sometimes after you use yast(2) or after you use
> also, today the server was down and the mqueue ist very full. is this any
> hint ?
No, why should a full queue have anything to do with permissions?
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