530 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Oct 5, 2005 10:27 PM by Gerrit DeWitt
Yes, I've seen some ACL entries that cannot seemingly be removed by the chmod -a command; it claims that there is "no ACL enabled on the volume" when run. In this case, I recommend using Workgroup Manager or copying the data to a non-ACL enabled volume and back.
If you disable then re-enable ACLs on a volume, previously set ACLs remain for files and folders.
Obviously, the ACL implementation needs work.
I can't seem to make WGM propogate blank ACL permissions in the same manner. Is there something I missed? I have indeed tried, as you describe, to disable ACLs on a volume and then re-enable with the same results. You'd think if you can strip out OG permissions, you could do similar with ACLs. I guess we're in beta here.
I suppose I'll be copying data over the weekend. Thanks for your feedback.