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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have used expdp for datapump. The .dmp file is created by the "oracle" user.
my requirement is to make a zipped file of this .dmp file.
What i am trying to do is change the permissions of this .dmp file from 0640 to 0644 and then do a gzip and zip it. Is there any way i can change... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: qwertyu
2. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi, I am creating a ksh script to search for a string of text inside files within a directory tree. Some of these file are going to be read/execute only. I know to use chmod to change the permissions of the file, but I want to preserve the original permissions after writing to the file. How can I... (3 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
What command can i use to make sure that i cannot delete a file called backup (which i own) without affecting other permissions?
seems simple dont know how i forgot. :mad:
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Discussion started by: ink
I have a process that runs as root user on solaris 10 and generates text files as output. The output files have a permission of 600. I need the file permission to be 644 so that other users can view the file.
The output file is stored on a local disk (ZFS).
Please help. Thanks in advance. (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: pingmeback
I have a very strange situation here. I have a server with 2 filesystems for 2 different users.
The filesystem my user id is part of is copying a file with permissions 666 to the other filesystem - the files copied are owned by my userid.
Sometimes, the file will be copied and when... (8 Replies)
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have written a bash script that I am sharing with an OS X community I am a member of. The purpose of the script is to execute a series of commands for members without them having to get involved with Terminal, as it can be daunting for those with no experience of it at all. I have renamed... (4 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Could any one help me on
is there any file where all file permissions are being stored?
Please help me. (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: umesh.rout
I am a Unix Admin. I have to give the permissions to a user for creating new file in a directory in HP-Ux 11.11 system since he cannot able to create a new file in the directory.
Thanks in advance.
Mike (3 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
what does the l file permission stands for and in which UNIX systems can it be used? (1 Reply)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Is there any way that I can use the ls command to view the permissions that a group has on a file.
I know ls -l file1 will list all the permissions for file1.
Would I have to use the following command: ls -l file1
Then grep or sed the output to retrieve what permissions the group has. (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: beginner1