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Re-2: mv do not preserves default acls

From: stefanke
Subject: Re-2: mv do not preserves default acls
Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2005 08:54:46 +0000


ok I thing cp,mv etc. does support ACLs from stock. Well my disibution (SUSE 
SLES9) preserves the ACLs (including default ACLs) when I perform "cp" but it 
doesn`t work with "mv".

Well I think ACLs will become even more important in the future so why there is 
no offical ACL support concerning the basic GNU-Tools like cp,mv ... ?

Where can I get the ACL-pachtes for the mv command?


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: mv do not preserves default acls (02-Okt-2005 9:00)
From:    address@hidden
To:      address@hidden

> address@hidden wrote:
> > I think there is a bug in the "mv" command. New files created by mv do not 
> > inherit their parent directory's default ACL entries (if any), but retain 
> > their original ACLs.
> >
> > I have tested this "behavoir" on different distributions and filesystems 
> > supporting acls.
> We haven't integrated support for ACLs, yet.
> There are patches being used by several distributions.
> If there's interest, I'll begin distributing one of those
> patch sets -- and keeping it in sync -- so people don't have
> to struggle through merges all the time.

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