[CentOS] non-root access to log files

Steve Hamblett steve.hamblett at linux.com
Sat Mar 27 07:26:14 UTC 2010


You could use ACL's, I use this ti give my normal user access to these logs,
saving me logging in as root.

On 26 March 2010 15:55, Carlos Santana <neubyr at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I would like to give read-only access to mysql and apache-http server
> log files to a non-root user. I can modify group or other permissions.
> But is there any other way you can suggest? Can I update it in user's
> home dir?
>
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> CS.
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