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Old 12-29-2002, 10:53 AM   #1
FredrikN
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Problem with chattr


Hi

Can someone do me a favour and try this

Create a file and call it test.txt

touch test.txt

then do chattr +u test.txt as root

Then try to remove the file rm test.txt

You should not be able to remove the file after the undeleteble flag is set, but I can do so on my system, strange

I'm using ext3.

Please try this at home at tell me if it worked at your system , thanks
 
Old 12-29-2002, 11:48 AM   #2
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I can blow away a file with +u set on an ext3 partition.

If you set +i then forget it. its read only to even root. but undeletable

From the man page, When a file with the `u' attribute set is deleted, its
contents are saved. This allows the user to ask for its
undeletion.
 
  


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