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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] /root/administration vs. /opt/administrati

From: Michael J. Flickinger
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] /root/administration vs. /opt/administration
Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2012 09:26:05 -0500
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On 1/3/12 6:24 AM, Ryan Doyle wrote:
On 03/01/12 11:06, Karl Berry wrote:
On mgt, there is both /root/administration and /opt/administration,
which appear to be essentially duplicates, but /opt has later dates.
What's up? Can we remove one or the other?

And as I recall, I updated a bunch of references to use
/root/administration, so I'd like to keep that path working, even if it
becomes a symlink.


Hi Karl, I added the /opt/administration as some lower privileged
accounts (namely nagios) needed access. If /root/administration is the
standardized location, I can update the symlink in /etc/nagios3 and
change any permissions needed in /root/administration.


If lower privileged accounts need access, I think it's best to symlink to make /root/administration a symlink to /opt/administration.

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