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Thread: ACL support & fstab

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    Default ACL support & fstab

    I have a directory called "/hr" and I would like to have acl support there (for something I'm doing with samba+AD). Currently, /etc/fstab for "/hr" says "defaults":

    Code:
    /dev/disk/by-id/cciss-5600-part8 /hr  xfs   defaults   1 2
    All my other partitions, like /, /var, /usr, /tmp, say

    Code:
    /dev/disk/by-id/cciss-56866-part1 / ext3 acl,user_xattr 1 1
    I have replaced "defaults" with "acl" and then unmounted and remounted the partition. But it wasn't a success.

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    Default Re: ACL support & fstab

    Don't replace defaults, just put acl after it to override any noacl default. Otherwise you will not get a standard set of defaults which is bad.

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