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data dir permissions and ownership

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My permissions on pg's data dir got changed. Largely
just curious (since pg appears to be working fine
after changing as below), is this what they should be?

chown -R postgres.nobody data
chmod -R 0700 data

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Nov 23 '05 #1
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* CSN <co*******************> [2004-10-12 11:40:52 -0700]:
chown -R postgres.nobody data
chmod -R 0700 data

Try postgres.postgres, otherwise that looks okay AFAICT.

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Nov 23 '05 #2

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