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Data giving write access to selective users to a certain directory in solaris 10

Hi all,

how can i grant write access to a selective users only with write access to a certain filesystem/directory in solaris 10.

Please help..i tried "fs setacl"...does not seem to work

Please adv..thanks in advance...
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Are you using ZFS for that directory ? In that case, you can use chmod to set ACLs.
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no..itz not ZFS...

u mean just chmod 770 username:directory ?
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man setfacl

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Originally Posted by cromohawk
no..itz not ZFS...
Then is it ufs ?
u mean just chmod 770 username:directory ?
If it is ZFS, that would be something like:

chmod A+user:username:list_directory:file_inherit:deny directory_name

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