Solaris 10 ZFS ACL help


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Solaris 10 ZFS ACL help

All,

Does anyone know of a simple way to traverse a file system and collect all ACL's (or ACE's as they are called now)? We use to be able to use getfacl fairly easily for this task but now we are forced to use -v or -V with the 'ls' command to get the extended permissions for a directory/file.

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Mike
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