Too many ACE entries for file (ACL)
donmccall1 at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 25 14:17:10 GMT 2003
You didn't mention what version of Samba or what os type and version you are running on, but for HP-UX, for instance, there is a finite (and rather small) limit to the number of ace's a file or directory can have on it. I would suspect that this is what your error is trying to tell you. Investigate via man pages, etc on your particular opsys against get/setacl, and posix acl man pages to find out what limits are set on ace's on posix files.
Hope this helps,
Raphaël Berghmans <rberghmans at arafox.com> wrote:
What could be the reason of this message :
convert_canon_ace_to_posix_perms: Too many ACE entries for file
test/file to convert to posix perms.
with the following command :
smbcacls -S ACL:user:ALLOWED/0/READ -U Administrator //127.0.0.1/TMP
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