I have created a backup-user (let's just call it
jeremy) on an Ubuntu-server.
Then I've created a
backup-dir, containing files from several different servers:
/backup | |--server1 | |--daily_backup | |--weekly_backup | |--server2 | |--daily_backup | |--weekly_backup
I've then granted access to the
jeremy with the following command:
setfacl -R -m u:jeremy:rwx backup/
However... If I login with the root-user and create a new directory, for instance:
jeremy won’t have access to the folder.
Is there a way to make it so that both
jeremy can read, write and execute everything in the