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Re: win dirs don't handle lack of inherited rule(?): getfacl + tar dir Warning: Cannot acl_to_text: Invalid argument
Greetings, L A Walsh!
> On 3/10/2019 6:27 AM, Andrey Repin wrote:
>> Greetings, L A Walsh!
>>> On 3/8/2019 4:15 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>>>> On Mar 7 19:35, L A Walsh wrote:
>>>>> I ran tar on another directory and got a huge number**
>>>>> of these:
>>>>> tar: rules: Warning: Cannot acl_to_text: Invalid argument
>>>>> tar: adblockplus: Warning: Cannot acl_to_text: Invalid argument
>>>>> tar: autopager: Warning: Cannot acl_to_text: Invalid argument
>>>>> tar: bookmarkbackups: Warning: Cannot acl_to_text: Invalid argument
>>>> Can you please provide the cacls or icacls command creating
>>>> a directory that allows to reproduce the issue?
>>> I doubt that area of my disk has ever been manipulated by
>>> cacls or icacls. That's in my roaming profile.
>> It's not about manipulation, it's about current state.
>> icacls is a Windows equivalent of POSIX's setfacl/getfacl.
> I know. I meant manipulate in the sense of
> handling something with dexterity and finesse. -- which
> is a different connotation or sense of the word than when
> talking about one person manipulating another.
> How would _you_ create these symptoms if you don't know
> how they got that way -- just that they exist that way.
By running the dump of icacls locally on a given directory.
The output is the same fomat as input, much like it is for get/setfacl.
> Furthermore. I'm pretty sure that a person would not
> be able to create that symptom with icacls (or the deprecated cacls).
You'd be surprised.
> I would not doubt that icacls would refuse to create
> mis-ordered ACL's, for example.
Again, you'd be surprised.
> I.e. its likely a non-windows
> program or odd interaction between one and windows.
> That's why I pointed out that besides cygwin creating acl's that
> explorer will complain about, the roaming profile has also received
> profiles from a samba server on linux (with a different permission
> structure).. Its unclear what permissions are copied then and how
> they are mapped.
With best regards,
Monday, March 11, 2019 1:35:53
Sorry for my terrible english...
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