goran at krampe.se
Sat Feb 5 08:46:33 UTC 2011
On 02/04/2011 10:19 PM, Ken Causey wrote:
> We already have this in some sense. Most individual projects are setup
> under their own home directories and to administer them it is generally
> sufficient to have access to the individual account, not superuser
> access. For example the webteam manages the website without superuser
> access and release teams can update the ftp site generally without
> superuser access. So for example if someone wanted to volunteer to work
> on bugs.squeak.org it would probably suffice to give them access to the
> mantis user account.
> That said the use of sudo has been brought up before and it is worth
> looking into. My grand plans to setup new servers included every
> intention of making liberal use of sudo. But I simply haven't gotten
> around to it. I would welcome any insights anyone has on configuring
> sudo for our purposes.
IMHO the levels Ken describe are enough. If you are trusted with Linux
admin stuff then root it is IMHO. Let's not complicate things :)
...and we really need to fix a running offsite scheduled backup. ASAP.
Sidenote: Btw, I now use Duplicity with Deja Dup on my laptop - works
good even for large files onto a vfat external USB drive.
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