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fsaclctl(1)               BSD General Commands Manual              fsaclctl(1)


NAME

     fsaclctl


SYNOPSIS

     fsaclctl [-v] [-d -path] [-e] [-d]


DESCRIPTION

     The fsaclctl command enables, disables or prints the status of Access
     Control List support on a given file system.  After changing Access Con-
     trol List support either reboot the system, or remount the file system,
     to make running applications aware of the change.

     The options are:

     -v      Display version number.

     -p      Path to file system mount point. If no options are specified the
             status of Access Control List support is displayed.

     -e      Enable Access Control Lists on the given file system.

     -d      Disable Access Control Lists on the given file system.


SEE ALSO

     chmod(2), unmount(2), ls(2), mount(8)


HISTORY

     The fsaclctl command first appeared Mac OS X version 10.4.


RETURN VALUES

     0                  fsaclctl Successfully performed requested operation.

     [ENOTSUP]          The filesystem does not support this operation.

     [EPERM]            The requested operation must be performed as root.

Mac OS X                        January 6, 2005                       Mac OS X

Mac OS X 10.4 Server - Generated Thu Jun 12 20:00:12 CDT 2008
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