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Old 09-30-2004, 08:58 AM   #1
collen
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acl and Nfs4


Well got my nfs4 working..

but where do the acl kickin.. ??
i got a fc2 running with userxattr and acl support..
on the shared nfs dir i do getfacl and get the normal list of users groups ect..

now when i go to the other server and mount the share, and do getfacl..
noppes, just user,group & everybody... nothing more ??
(so what do they mean with nfs4 has acl support ??)

my /etc/export file looks like:
/Data 192.168.2.5(rw,no_root_squash,fsid,sync)

also if i copy the same dir to a local dir and do getfacl, no extended atributes..!
if there a normal way to backup my server with extended attribs.. ?

l8r

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