My postgres server has at least 10 databases/users. I want to forbid table
creation/access from users who aren't the owner of the database.
I actually do know a way to set this by using the psql 'interface' and the
phppgadmin, but I can't make it work with pypgsql!!
What I do with psql is this:
I log in with postgres user (the superuser), and use the '\c
database-i-want-to-configure' command. When i'm connected to the database, I
run the following commands:
revoke create, usage on schema public from public;
grant create, usage on schema public to user-from-connected-database;
By doing this, no one can visualize/create/drop tables from any database,
except if the database was set to the user, on the above grant command.. and
that's what I want to do on pypgsql.
What I've tried:
On pypgsql I connect with the database I want to set the privileges, run the
commands above, and it run well, but makes no change...
And just to make sure i'm connected with the database, I used the select
current_database() function and it returns the right db.
Is there any other way to make this happen?
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