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SubjectRe: [NFS] Re: Will NFSv4 be accepted?
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On Thu, 2002-08-15 at 07:18, marius aamodt eriksen wrote:

> > ACL works in NFSv2 and nicely in NFSv3 - again the problems Linux has
> > are the client failing to respect basic NFS rules of operation.
>
> there is no over-the-wire specification for sending or receving ACLs
> on NFSv{2,3} - hence the server may choose to obey them, but an
> arbitrary client cannot set them, or view them.

If you are trying to argue that NFSv4 handles ACL's better you are
preaching to the choir

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