Thomas Mack wrote:
> I face a problem here with restricting access to databases to
> the owners of the database (Postgres 8.1.4).
> We would like any postgres user to have database access restricted
> to their own databases only. This is so, as we use postgres for
> educational purposes.
> I looked into pg_hba.conf, but unfortunately, when restricting
> database access in the database field, the NAME(!) of the database
> is concerned, which we do not restrict. Any user can create as
> many databases as needed, and the name may be choosen freely.
> The 'user' field does not help in this either.
> So is there any chance to achieve what we need without revoking
> the 'create database' permission and pre-creating the databases
> for all our users?
> Thomas Mack
Does not the sameuser database name work for you in pg_hba.conf? I.e.
you can only log into the database that bears your name.
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