I changed /test permissions to enable read for others
Still same denied permission for c1.
[c1@localhost /]$ cd test
-bash: cd: test: Permission denied
[c1@localhost /]$ ls -al | grep test
drwxrwxr--+ 2 a1 gp1 43 Sep 14 16:36 test
drwxr--rwt. 2 root root 48 Sep 15 12:19 test1
[c1@localhost /]$ getfacl test
# file: test
# owner: a1
# group: gp1
[c1@localhost /]$ id c1
uid=1003(c1) gid=1003(c1) groups=1003(c1)
c1 does not belong to gp1.
But it should not matter since ....
1) ACL should enable read access for a
single user not belonging to group gp1.
2) /test has read permission enabled for others
Where is the cause of denied access?