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Set ACL permissions Solaris

I want to set ACL permissions using this command in solaris 10 , but I get an error message.

Code:
server# mkdir dir1
server# setfacl -m user:allan:rwx dir1
setacl error: Operation not applicable

Any one can help in this matter.




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Please post the output of the relevant log files.

Thanks.
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what is the path of that log?

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