Right now, I have the following user management concept:
-) when creating a database, an equally named role is created; every user of this db is in this role, this is to handle the CONNECT privilege in order to allow these users only to connect to "their" database, and not others
-) a role "owner" and "admin"; the member of these roles have CREATEROLE privilege
The problem: users who are member of "admin" are allowed to drop users from OTHER databases - that's not my intention. I know that the createrole priv. allows them to drop users, but I want to restrict that to only their database.
So my questions:
1) What is your tidy way to administrate users of multiple databases in the postgresql cluster? Any tips?
2) How do you restrict the users of a specific database to touch only the objects in their database?
I'm very interested in the best practices of user management in PostgreSQL. Any help would be appreciated!
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