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Updated at: Jul 01, 2019 GMT+08:00

Application Scenario

After a file system is created, only the root user has the read and write permissions on the file system by default. The root user can grant the access permission to multiple common users if needed. The root user can also create multiple subdirectories for each common user and mount them to the home directory of the file system, granting the read and write permissions to common users at the same time.


Figure 1 illustrates the procedure of creating a readable and writable subdirectory on the file system for a common user.

Figure 1 Flowchart

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