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I am in a little bit of a bind cleaning up someone else's mess. My goal is to remove all ACL's from a particular folder and all of its sub-folders. Here are the details. The machine is question is a G5 running 10.4.7 server, the folder in question (04_Archive) resides on an Xserve RAID and is ~700GB. The folder is a AFP share point and the ACL's on it and its sub-folders seem to have gotten very complex and scattered (sub-folder have their own ACLs as well as inherited ones). I tried removing them through WGM and proagating, but it doesn't get to all of the sub folders, it just stops at random folders. I started removing them with chmod -a# 0 04_Archive/ but that only removes from the parent folder. I tried running it with a -R for recursive and it runs for a long time then errors out with No ACL present: Invalid argument. Short of copying the data to a volume with ACL's disabled and copying back, can anyone think of a way to strip the ACL's? Could the lack of propagation point to directory damage? If I have to bring the server down to check I can, but it is preferable not to. Thanks Andy _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Macos-x-server mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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