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Re: [qftestJUI] qftest Installation on an NFS file server and file perms in qftestJUI root


  • Subject: Re: [qftestJUI] qftest Installation on an NFS file server and file perms in qftestJUI root
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2005 13:52:02 -0000

Hi Philip,

I thought your questions were already answered in my discussions with
Jennifer.

To summarize:

You can remove qftest/jython/cachedir entirely and qftestJUI will
create it below $HOME/.qftest/

You can use the command line option -systemcfg to use a system
configuration file other than qftest/qftestJUI.cfg

You can use the command line option -logfile=$HOME/.qftest/qftestJUI.log
to create the logfile there instead of in  qftest/log.

Best regards,
    Greg

Philip Fielder <Philip.Fielder@?.COM> writes:

> Our QA team want to install qftest on our nfs file server (sparc
> solaris 9) w/ appropriate licensing. They will not login to the file
> server, but run the app remotely on their unix desktop.  After
> performing the default install  and changing the file perms to
> root:root, i found the files under qftest root, jython, log and plugin
> are world writable.  Since this filesystem mount will only be shared
> as read only, end users on their local host will not be able to update
> these directories/files. So my questions concern using qftest in a
> networked env:
> What is the purpose of these files (log., jython, plugin?
> Do they need to world-writable?
> Can the $HOME/.qftest/JUIconfig be setup to write to a local copy per user?
>
> thanks,
>   Philip Fielder
>   Sun Microsystem
>   Release Engineering

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Gregor Schmid                                Gregor.Schmid@?.de
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