Wondering why apache ranger has both allow/exclude and deny/exclude conditions when setting policies. Eg. tried setting an HDFS access policy such that only user
user1 had access. However, when testing, found that it basically had no effect and others could access the HDFS location as well. Only worked as intended after setting a
public group deny condition on the policy.
Given this, when would ranger ever use the allow conditions and not just do something like "deny
public, but exclude from this
user1." It seems redundant as it is now, so I'm wondering if I am misunderstanding how it is intended to be used or not seeing a potential use case where this would come into play. Could anyone clarify this for me?
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