On Thu, 2004-10-21 at 10:49, Joe Maldonado wrote:
> Scott Marlowe wrote:
> >On Wed, 2004-10-20 at 08:17, Joe Maldonado wrote:
> >>Hello all,
> >> I have created users for which I have restricted access to SELECT
> >>from a set of tables, this works :)
> >> But when I issue a REVOKE CREATE ON DATABASE mydb FROM myuser;
> >>The user can still create tables...I've also issued this command for the
> >>SCHEMA and still no go.
> >>Is this a known problem, if so how can I restrict users from creating
> >>objects in my db?
> >Is myuser a superuser? If so, you can revoke all you want and he'll
> >still be able to do anything he wants. Also, I think that if myuser
> >owns the current database he can always create tables in it.
> myuser is not a superuser. is the public schema special in that you
> cannot revoke create privileges from users accessing it?
Is myuser the creator of the database in question?
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