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From: Mark Baker <mnb20@aziraphale.pet.cam.ac.uk>
To: Martin Schulze <joey@infodrom.north.de>
Subject: Re: overwrite any file with updatedb
In-Reply-To: <19980303162651.36575@kuolema>; from Martin Schulze on Tue, Mar 03, 1998 at 04:26:51PM +0100

> This needs to be corrected.  /etc/cron.daily/find runs as root.  That's
> correct, but if yo u look into it, you'll find
> 	su nobody -c "updatedb"
> So on Debian systems it runs as 'nobody', too.

This must be a recent change then? /etc/cron.daily/find is a conffile,
however, so anyone who's changed it at all will probably still be using an
old version.

Mine still runs updatedb as root; although updatedb changes to a different
users to do the the find, it still does the sort as root.

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