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Apr
15
comment Group directory challenge
did you try this with sftp-server?
Apr
15
comment Group directory challenge
all users are accessing the server using sftp/scp
Apr
10
comment Group directory challenge
Yeah, I wanted to keep it as simple as possible. BTW it is easily achievable on solaris zfs which the same nfs4 acls :(
Apr
10
comment Group directory challenge
The difference is that using sftp-server user can only be chrooted in root owned directory
Apr
9
comment Group directory challenge
How do ine use sudo script from sftp/scp client?
Apr
9
comment Group directory challenge
there is no FTP at all. it is sftp.
Apr
9
comment Group directory challenge
What user does is only upload file and thats all.
Apr
9
comment Group directory challenge
See update2: All the files are put in this directory without any structure (app specific).
Apr
7
comment Group directory challenge
admin users are chrooted as well, but one layer higher than uploaders. All of this falls within DocumentRoot of webserver. They are more like a media managers who manage not only these files.
Apr
6
comment Group directory challenge
Sorry that I haven't been answering there for a long time
Apr
6
comment Group directory challenge
@dawud the directory is stored on NFS4 share which is good because it allows me to use NFS4_ACLs which are quite powerful
Apr
6
revised Group directory challenge
More details about the question
Apr
6
comment Group directory challenge
Your answer could have been a solution actually but I'm stick with root:root on directory because this dir is used as chroot for sftp user thus has to have root:root ownership. There are only files to be uploaded, but....
Apr
6
comment Group directory challenge
It is to be done on Ubuntu box mounting remote NFS4 FS. On the back is OpenIndiana server.
Apr
6
comment Group directory challenge
I need a group of users to be able to remove files. Not only one adnin
Apr
6
revised Group directory challenge
Update 1. More input
Apr
6
comment Group directory challenge
This can't be solution because it won't work over SFTP while regular FS permission would. Its more like a workaround which is fine in some cases but not in this case