[kepler-dev] noticing strange behavior with SRB Proxy actor

Arcot Rajasekar sekar at sdsc.edu
Wed Jun 20 12:10:46 PDT 2007

Hi Unni
	Are you able to Sget the files as Aowner, Bowner and
NYUIngestMgr. Smv just changes the logical location of the file
to a new collection-path does not change any access permissions....
Check with Sls -C. Schmod allows you to modify access as well as


On Wed, 20 Jun 2007, Unni Pillai wrote:

> Hi Folks
> Background:  In my SRB managed collections, I have couple of
> different collections and srb accounts.  I've an account called
> NYUIngestMgr which has all access permissions on two separate
> collections (A & B).
> Collection A & B are owned by their respective users Aowner and
> Bowner.  NYUIngestMgr has all access to both collections.  Using
> NYUIngestMgr account I moved(Smv) file from collection A to
> collection B.
> Problem:
> Now when one of my colleagues uses previously working kepler workflow
> to do a simple get of files in collection B, he/she receives all
> files except the newly moved file.  The kepler workflow is executed
> by SRB user Bowner on Collection B.
> Also noticing wackiness when I reconfigure the workflow to use
> NYUIngestMgr, the workflow fails miserably stating that NYUIngestmgr
> has permissions problem despite successfully downloading file from
> CollectionB using Sget with both NYUIngestmgr and Bowner.
> Cursory examination reveals the file to be owned by collection A
> still when I run Sls -al on CollectionB as Bowner.
> Is there a Scommand to change owner, so my kepler workflow continues
> working as before.
> Thanks
> Unni
> P.S. not sure If this needs to be cross-posted to srb-chat
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