At 04:19 PM 12/16/02 -0500, Tom Lane wrote:
>papapep <papapep(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> >>> You mean you're doing
> >>> pg_dump ... >DATABASE.out
> >>> where DATABASE.out already exists and is marked read-only?
> > No. It exists after doing pg_dump....etc,etc.. Before I've removed it
> > to avoid these problems.
> > But the question is, how is that pg_dump creates a file with
> > read-only permissions?....astonishing for me....is it the default
> > profile?? It isn't written in any of the docs I've read about it.
>Well, pg_dump is not creating the file in this situation --- your shell
>is. So it's got to have something to do with shell settings. May I
>inquire what you have "umask" set to? Also, just exactly what
>permissions is the file created with (ls -l output would be good).
ls -ld . would be useful too. Could have setuid on for someone other than
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