I am trying to solve a problem with the use of a Red Hat server to run IC simulations.
Previously the IC projects were being stored on my Windows Server 2003, but the simulation tools were run on a Red Hat machine. This was a constant headache for me because the simulations would run extremely slow and I would get bitched at a lot by the IC guys.
I decided to try to store the projects directly on the Red Hat machine to see if that would speed the process up. The simulations were running a lot faster and everyone was happy, but I have noticed another problem with this setup.
Any files that are created during simulation or the IC guys put on the server gets automatically assigned permissions of rx-r--r-- and then they can't change those files. So I then get called to chmod the files so the guys have write access to their own files.
I am very new at doing this and am confused by the whole scenario. I was hoping there was a way to have the files automatically, through a script or config change, to have a certain permission on them.
Thank you for your help and please forgive my ignorance.