Re: Umask 002 policy
Once upon a time Vineet Kumar said...
> * Cameron Hutchison (email@example.com) [041222 14:56]:
> > # find $dir -type f -print0 | xargs -0 chmod g=u,o=-rwx
> To reduce this yet further, you could do it as
> chmod -R g=u $dir
> This handles both directories and files in one pass, setting group
> perms equal to user perms, and nothing else (no mucking with user
It also does not set the setgid bit on directories, which is necessary
to maintain the correct group in the hierarchy in future.