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From "siegfried" <siegfr...@heintze.com>
Subject RE: [cli-users] How to tell what account you are running in?
Date Fri, 14 Apr 2006 20:21:05 GMT
I looked in my list of users and I see no such users.

 

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From: Johan Arens [mailto:johan.arens@gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, April 14, 2006 12:11 PM
To: cli-users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: [cli-users] How to tell what account you are running in?

 

Hi Siegfried

I think that even if the web server was running the same user account as
access, you could not open access anyway, by default access is mono-user. 

I think you might have some options to enable that within access, but I can
not help you with that, I'm not an access specialist. 

Btw if you want to know what user account is running, there is a tool in the
ressource kit called whoami (like the unix one), just call it from a test
cron job. 

Have a nice day 

Johan 



On 4/14/06, siegfried <siegfried@heintze.com> wrote:

How do I determine what account I am running? I have cygwin cron jobs
populating a Microsoft Access database. Simultaneously, httpd/cli is
querying that database. Which account are the latter using?

 

The problem is that the cron jobs are running in the administrator account
and are creating a .mdl (MSAccess lock file) that httpd/cli cannot open
(because httpd is running in some other account?)

 

Thanks,

Siegfried

 


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