[HCoop-Help] Why isn't my project in gitweb?

Michael Olson mwolson at hcoop.net
Wed Apr 1 00:14:04 EDT 2009

Sajith T S <sajith at hcoop.net> writes:

> Following directions in:
>    http://wiki.hcoop.net/MemberManual/VersionControl/git
> I have a project in ~/code/curl+cyassl, ~/.hcoop-git/curl+cyassl.git is
> symlinked to ~/code/curl+cyassl/.git.  Permissions also are set as
> explained in the wiki page.

$ fs la ~sajith/.hcoop-git/curl+cyassl.git
Access list for /afs/hcoop.net/user/s/sa/sajith/.hcoop-git/curl+cyassl.git is
Normal rights:
  system:administrators rlidwka
  system:anyuser l
  sajith rlidwka

You can fix this by doing:

fsr setacl ~/.hcoop-git/curl+cyassl.git system:anyuser read

Note the "r", which means "recursive".  fsr, not fs.


I've improved my git maintenance script so that in these cases, the
script is able to remove the user's symlink from /var/cache/git.
Otherwise the cache of the front page becomes stale, due to reads timing
out on the directory with incorrect permissions whenever it tries to
update the page.

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