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Solaris 11

ZFS ACL with Directory permissions

Hello,  I am looking for a way of granting one particular user (webservd) read access to a certain directory. This directory is not owned by webservd, as is another user's home directory.  I think using acl is the solution however have had no success in implementing it. webservd needs read access to all files under the directory and all future files/folders created.  Any help is greatly appreciated.  Thanks  SunOS 5.11 snv_151a i86pc i386 i86pc Solaris 

You could either use ACLs or share a common group between the web server and the user.  Common group:  groupadd www usermod -G www webservd usermod -G www user1 chmod 775 /path/to/dir  ACLs:  chmod A+user:webservd:rwx /path/to/dir

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