Tom Lane wrote:
> > in rh6.1 /var/lib/pgsql is 755 (and no, I haven't changed anything)
> > can you spell "2_KM_DIAMETER_HOLE" ?
> In a standard setup, pg_pwd is inside .../pgsql/data which is mode 700.
> Have the RH guys really blown it this badly? (Lamar?)
I don't know who blown it, but I have:
dir /var/lib/pgsql mode 755 (now 700 changed by me, hope
I'm not breaking something)
dir /var/lib/pgsql/base mode 700 (there is no one file here,
files /var/lib/pgsql/pg_* mode 600 or 400 except pg_pwd :(
wich seem pretty logical except the mode of pg_pwd
(and the _clear_ passwds inside)
(and that "base" should be called "data" :)
-= Sergio A. Kessler == http://sak.org.ar =-
You can have it soon, cheap and working; choose *two*.
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