allan at umich.edu
Thu Jul 22 19:17:39 GMT 1999
--On Friday, July 23, 1999, 5:00 AM +1000 "Cole, Timothy D."
<timothy_d_cole at md.northgrum.com> wrote:
> Anyway, I can already see that the POSIX.6 definition of ACLs isn't
> general enough for our purposes; HP-UX's implementation, while obviously
> influenced by it, will not map to it very well. vis a vis:
[Description of HP ACLs deleted.]
And AFS has N user and/or group entries (registered with the AFS pts
server) with lookup, insert, delete, administer, read, write, and lock
permissions applied to directories. The files in the directories take the
permissions of the directory. The unix owner/group/other settings are
ignored even though they are present.
Also, my experience tells me that the sticky and execute bits on files
in AFS may also have an effect, but I haven't found documentation to
clarify it. Some programs pay attention to them, some don't.
Allan Bjorklund | allan at umich.edu
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