> bonolin <bonolin(at)yahoo(dot)com> writes:
> > I install postgres 7.1 on solaris 2.6(sparc cpu).And create some
> > db,runing normal.Today,I want to restart the database,it report
> > "FATAL 1: configuration file `postgresql.conf' has wrong
> > permissions",I check and change the permission to 775 ,but fail
> > either,can you help.I need your help. Thanks!
> A look at the source code shows it wants 744 or less.
> This is probably overly restrictive; in fact, I would argue that there
> should be no such check at all. We do not do runtime checks for
> permissions on any other files, and some of them are far more sensitive
> than postgresql.conf (password files for example). Peter, what is the
> rationale for having this check?
Isn't the file in /data, which is 700. Why do we care what permissions
we give it?
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