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Apache Module mod_authz_groupfile

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Description:Group authorization using plaintext files
Status:Base
ModuleIdentifier:authz_groupfile_module
SourceFile:mod_authz_groupfile.c
Compatibility:Available in Apache 2.1 and later
Summary

    This module provides authorization capabilities so that
    authenticated users can be allowed or denied access to portions
    of the web site by group membership. Similar functionality is
    provided by mod_authz_dbm.

Topics

 The Require Directives
Directives

 AuthGroupFile

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Require
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The Require Directives

    Apache's Require
    directives are used during the authorization phase to ensure that
    a user is allowed to access a resource.  mod_authz_groupfile extends the
    authorization types with group and group-file.
    

    Since v2.4.8, expressions are supported
    within the groupfile require directives.

Require group

    This directive specifies group membership that is required for the
    user to gain access.

    Require group admin




Require file-group

    When this directive is specified, the filesystem permissions on
    the file being accessed are consulted. The user must be a member of
    a group with the same name as the group that owns the file.
    See mod_authz_owner for more
    details.

    Require file-group






AuthGroupFile Directive

Description:Sets the name of a text file containing the list
of user groups for authorization
Syntax:AuthGroupFile file-path
Context:directory, .htaccess
Override:AuthConfig
Status:Base
Module:mod_authz_groupfile

    The AuthGroupFile directive sets the
    name of a textual file containing the list of user groups for user
    authorization. File-path is the path to the group
    file. If it is not absolute, it is treated as relative to the ServerRoot.

    Each line of the group file contains a groupname followed by a
    colon, followed by the member usernames separated by spaces.

    Example:
      mygroup: bob joe anne
    

    Note that searching large text files is very
    inefficient; AuthDBMGroupFile provides a much better performance.

    Security
      Make sure that the AuthGroupFile is
      stored outside the document tree of the web-server; do not
      put it in the directory that it protects. Otherwise, clients may
      be able to download the AuthGroupFile.
    




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