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From Hertenstein Alain <alhertenst...@gva.eri.ch>
Subject RE : Folder Permissions taken over by Tomcat 4
Date Fri, 22 Aug 2003 13:16:29 GMT
Yes I do confirm it again (at least on Linux Red Hat 7.2, as long as the OS
has anything to do with it).
Ok I repeat :

- have a web application configured on Tomcat 4.0.3, in a folder like
webapps/myApps
- share an application's sub-folder (f.ex. webapps/myApps/documents), and
try to set permissions (read & write) and ownership for specific user
accounts which will access this sub-folder through SMB.
- restart Tomcat 4 : all these permissions in the webapps/myApps/documents
folder are gone. And furthermore, the folder's Ownership (maybe the problem
lies here actually...) is set to user : tomcat4, and group : tomcat4

I can send screenshots if you don't believe this...
Nobody heard of this before !?
Alain

-----Message d'origine-----
De : John Turner [mailto:tomcat-user@johnturner.com] 
Envoyé : vendredi, 22. août 2003 14:40
À : Tomcat Users List
Objet : Re: Folder Permissions taken over by Tomcat 4



You're saying Tomcat runs around and changes the directory permissions? 
  I find that really hard to believe...I'm running Tomcat 3.1, 4.1.12, 
4.1.18, and 4.1.27 in various places and have never seen this behavior.

John

Hertenstein Alain wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> We have a Red Hat Linux 7.2 Server with Tomcat v4.0.3 installed, and a 
> web application configured, let's say myApps. In this webapps/myApps 
> folder, there are folders which we have shared through SMB so that 
> Windows users can access them, and we have also changed the folder's 
> permissions, so that these users can modify their contents. Everything 
> works fine.
> 
> The problem here is when we have to restart Tomcat 4, all permissions 
> under that webapps/myApps folder are restored this way -> User : 
> Tomcat 4, Group : Tomcat 4. So this means that all our permissions 
> settings are cleared ! And we have to set them back again each time we 
> restart Tomcat 4 (in case of a server reboot, or major application 
> change, etc), which is quite annoying.
> 
> Is there a way to avoid this ?
> Thank you very much
> Alain
> 
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