[cvsnt] reg: head-branch acl permission
Shivendra_Vishal at satyam.com
Sat Dec 22 07:41:33 GMT 2007
Thank you Arthur, I changed the ACL for head (removed deny) and its working for our demo repository, we still have to verify the same in our main repository!!!!!
Here I want to ask a question that why giving the "deny" permission is creating problem for applying ACL to the branch?? I am asking this because "Aclmode=normal" in config file is also denying all permission whereas specifying deny permission explicitly through chacl is creating trouble.
Secondly, I tried to remove the ACL using the -d option as follows:
D:\demo1>cvs chacl -d module1
deleting ACL for directory module1
However when I use lsacl to view the ACL the ACL's are not deleted and cvs shows following result. Any suggestions??
D:\demo1>cvs lsacl module1
From: Arthur Barrett [mailto:arthur.barrett at march-hare.com]
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2007 11:04 PM
To: Shivendra_Vishal; cvsnt at cvsnt.org
Subject: RE: [cvsnt] reg: head-branch acl permission
> and branch. When I am giving read permission on the head to the
> developers and read/write permission on the branch then while
> the changes in the branch developers get the error "User do not have
> permission to write to the repository" whereas when I gave write
> # Set the Acl parsing type (none,compat,normal).
Do not create any (deny) permissions, all users are denied automatcially
due to AclMode=normal.
Please confirm that once the write(deny) and tag(deny) permissions are
removed from HEAD that the user sv48388 can now commit to branch BR_TEST
but not HEAD.
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