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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
Solaris 10 issue
When I add a new directory to a path, I only get the "group@" line in the ACL
The parent directory ACL is
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Discussion started by: wilberforce
we have two Solaris 10 servers with same configuration and settings. We have hard mounted the NFS with the version 4.
In one of the server the newer ACL commands are working fine (chmod and ls -v) whereas in another only posix (getfacl and setfacl alone is working) when we try ls -V in in that... (13 Replies)
Discussion started by: sathishbabu89
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Discussion started by: os2mac
Can i get the synopsis for add multiple users in single command for ACL access for a directory or a file
thanks in advance
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Discussion started by: dinu
Hi, I want to know what does the "effective" comment means in the output of the getfacl and whether it has to do with the acl mask...
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Discussion started by: Gartlar
6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
How can i setup ACL in Apache so i can give a group of users (defined by their emails (all users under *@red.com) access to a web page? (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: moe2266
while setting access control list I am getting error "Operation NOt Supported"
Example :user A wants full access on test directory /home/user B/test, I dont want to add in secondary group bcz group has read permission, (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: manoj.solaris
How can I set default owning user and default owning group with setfacl on Solaris 2.6 and up ?
My idea is, that when a file is created by user x, and the default owning user is y, the ownership is set to y.
This option is visible in the filemanager, though not editable. I can't find... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: andy_kann
I've just been handled the responsibility for a FTP-site. Having no experiens of UNIX at all. And now one of my users needs to have full access to the usr directory and all it's subdirectories, don't know why just trying to do what the boss tells me. The type of UNIX is FreeBSD and the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: -tri-
asadmin-delete-acl(1AS) User Commands asadmin-delete-acl(1AS)
delete-acl - removes the access control list file
delete-acl --user admin_user[--password admin_password][--host localhost] [--port 4848][--passwordfile filename][--secure|-s][--instance
Gets the access control lists associated with the named server instance..
--user administrative user associated for the instance.
--password administrative password corresponding to the administrative user.
--host host name of the machine hosting the administrative instance.
--port administrative port number associated with the administrative host.
--secure indicates communication with the administrative instance in secured mode.
--passwordfile file containing passwords appropriate for the command (e.g., administrative instance).
--instance name of the instance.
acl_ID internal name for the ACL file listing. This ID is used in a virtual server element to define the ACL file used by
the virtual server.
Example 1: Using delete-acl
asadmin> delete-acl --user admin --password adminadmin --host fuyako --port 7070 --instance server1 sampleACL
Deleted ACL with id = sampleACL
Where: sampleACL is the ACL that is deleted.
0 command executed successfully
1 error in executing the command
Access Control List page
J2EE 1.4 SDK March 2004 asadmin-delete-acl(1AS)