What permissions does a file written with fstream have?

Suppose I create a file for writing like this:

std::ofstream my_file("filename", std::ios_base::out | std::ios_base::trunc);

How are the permissions of this file determined? I've had a program running overnight generating files about once a minute - some are 0644 but others are 0660, and there's nothing in my code that should make it change. (I've seen that some implementations allow a third argument to set the file permissions - I'm using gcc 4.1.2 which doesn't appear to support this).

Answers


It depends on the umask.


default attrs are set with umask command. it not explains your files attrs changes, but still may be useful for you


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