Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> Magnus Hagander wrote:
>> We weren't.
>>> pgsqldocs is www.postgresqldocs.org
>> Ok. At the time I had zero clue what that was, but there have now been
>> emails on -www explaining what it is, so I now do know what itis.
> Just so it is publicly archived, as I said in private email this is not
> a real user. At least not in the sense that a person can log in. I did
> not provide any additional people shell rights or any such thing.
> I created the user so the user would be responsible for the service is
> provides. As the machine (community2) only allows key based auth, there
> is no way to even get into that user directly.
>>>>> Where is this policy written? And we have never applied that policy
>>>>> to Linux hosts. Let's be consistent here please.
>>>> I don't think it's written down, and you are very well aware of that.
>>> Yes I am. Please fill in pmt with the appropriate policy.
>> Not a bad idea at all :-) Let me see if I can sell Stefan on it, since
>> he's the guy who's actually set up most of the procedures around it. The
>> actual procedures are fairly well documented, but not the policies.
>> Stefan, any chance? ;-)
> Bam! Hah... Stefan you are on deck.
"wonderful" I love to volunteer for stuff like this!
Will see what I can come up with ...
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