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UNIX filesystem permissions

 
Alex Aver
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Hi,
i want to set up true permissions (owner, group and guest) for JBoss on Linux-SuSE.
Could you tell to me correct values.

Is there any differense between permissions for JBoss files (conf, lib etc) and deployed apps?
 
norman richards
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work, data, tmp and log should be writable by the user running JBoss. (or those directories should be mapped to writable locations) You might want deploy to be writable by the JBoss user, or you might not. Everything else can be read only to the jboss user.
 
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