Let's say we have a group (
dev) which has many users and a shared development directory with
g+rwx permissions on all contained files. Is this setup sufficient so that any
dev user can kill a process launched by any other
dev user (assuming the process was started with the default permissions)?
So for example, say we have file
/opt/devfolder/bin/foo owned by user1 (in group
dev) with group id
dev and permissions 0770. If user2 (in group
dev) starts an instance of "foo" from his shell, can user3 (in group
dev) kill it?
If not, how can we achieve this using
sudo or some other standard UNIX utility?