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    > XFS doesn't have ACLs either in plain 2.5.

    The existing NAS boxes that use Linux and XFS tend to base their
    kernels on the 2.4-xfs tree from cvs on sgi.com. It works well and the
    SGI guys have been very good about fixing problems when they crop up.

    I think that the biggest beneficiary of adding extended attributes and
    ACLs into ext3 for 2.6 would be more casual users (home, small office
    etc) as they will then be able to use ACLs in Samba without the pain
    of switching to a different kernel.

    Cheers, Tridge

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