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3.16.3 Directory permissions

When you specify the permissions for a whole file tree, using the recursion specifier it is awkward to have to remember that directories must be executable. cfengine will do this for you automatically. If you specify that a file tree is to have a read flag set, cfengine will ensure that the corresponding execute flag is also set for directories which live in the tree. So the command

 
files:

  myclass::

      /dir  mode=a+rw r=inf fixall

would set all plain files to mode 644 and all directories to 755, that is read/write for everyone on plain files and read/write/execute for everyone on directories.


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