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SubjectRe: What's left over.
> Yes, people use it.  Not quite sure why though, I guess ACLs
> buy some flexibility over the user/group/other model but if
> the "unlimited groups" patch goes in (is in?) I'm happy ;)

Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe a process has to be
restarted to have its group membership list changed?

That's a huge difference from ACL behavior which allow for changes to
file access rights without the need to restart the accessing process.

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Leszek.

-- lech7@pse.pl 2:480/33.7 -- REAL programmers use INTEGERS --
-- speaking just for myself...
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