File permission umask howto?
diburim at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 30 21:36:48 EST 2002
I'm trying to figure out how to cause rsync to
create the file on the backup server with 700 permission
and specific owner "some_user" (not root)
I try to do it in several way with no success.
The command I'm using is:
rsync -r -t -v -z /dir some_user at server::module
so that it don't copy permission
It always give the files 744 permission, that mean that every on can read
the file !
I want it to be 700.
I try to change the umask command in /root/.bashrc and ~some_user/./.bashrc
umask 077 but it didn't help
I don't want to change it in /etc/profile is possible.
How can I do it ?
I'm using rsync 2.5.4 and Redhat Linux 7.0
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