Re: [Vserver] ACLs on root filesystem in vserver

From: January Weiner <>
Date: Tue 04 Apr 2006 - 07:44:57 BST
Message-ID: <>

> usually the 'guest' filesystem is already mounted
> on the host, so if you have it mounted with acl,
> the acls will be used inside and outside the guest

Ummm, OK. Below you will find how it looks like on my system. But
as a general question: how/where can I specify the mount options for
the root filesystem of the vserver?

ebbalanin:~# mount | grep acl
/dev/hda1 on / type reiserfs (rw,acl,notail)
ebbalanin:~# cat /etc/vservers/svnserver1/apps/init/mtab | grep acl
/dev/hdv1 / ufs rw,acl 0 0
ebbalanin:~# touch test ; setfacl -m u:root:rwx /tmp/test
ebbalanin:~# vserver svnserver1 enter
svnserver1:/# su -
svnserver1:~# mount | grep acl
/dev/hdv1 on / type ufs (rw,acl)
svnserver1:~# touch /tmp/test ; setfacl -m u:root:rwx /tmp/test
setfacl: /tmp/test: Operation not supported


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