0 Replies Latest reply on Oct 22, 2003 6:57 AM by Holger Baxmann

    Just to be sure: Is anybody working on ...

    Holger Baxmann Novice

       

      "hbaxmann" wrote:
      ... decoupling the build system on a per 'module' base ?
      ... decoupling the test system one a per 'module' base for remote testing against (a)
      already running instance(s) of jboss(es) ?
      ... decoupling the variable data (tmp, etc.etc.) from the static ones
      (startups and deployments) in the operating system filesystem according to
      the FHS 2.2 (http://www.pathname.com/fhs/) and the LSB Spec 1.9
      (http://www.linuxbase.org/spec/)
      like the following ?

      <quote>
      Recommendations for applications on ownership and permissions

      Directory Write Permissions

      The application should not depend on having directory write permission
      outside
      /tmp, /var/tmp, invoking user's home directory and /var/opt/package, (where
      package is the name of the application package).

      The application should not depend on owning these directories.

      For these directories the application should be able to work with directory
      write permissions restricted by the "sticky bit". (Which prevents the
      application from removing files owned by another user. This is classically
      done
      with /tmp, to prevent accidental deletion of "foreign" files.)

      -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      File Write Permissions

      The application should not depend on file write permission on files not
      owned
      by the user it runs under with the exception of its personal inbox
      /var/mail/
      username

      -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      File Read and execute Permissions

      The application should not depend on having read permission to every file
      and
      directory.

      -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      </quote>

      thanks

      bax