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- Kernel check
- # cd /boot
- # grep _ACL config-`uname -r` | grep XFS
- So - kernel seems to have it.
- Check for get/setfacl:
- # aptitude search acl | grep " acl "
- i acl - Access control list utilities
- Good - acl installed (as is libacl1).
- Have a mount point I'm not using right now:
- # grep transfer /etc/fstab
- /dev/vg0/transfer /transfer xfs defaults 0 0
- So - it's an lvm logical volume in the vg0 volume group.
- Check it's current mount
- # mount | grep transfer
- /dev/mapper/vg0-transfer on /transfer type xfs (rw)
- Unmount it:
- # umount /transfer
- then change fstab:
- /dev/vg0/transfer /transfer xfs acl,defaults 0 0
- Try to mount it
- # mount /transfer
- mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/mapper/vg0-transfer,
- missing codepage or helper program, or other error
- In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try
- dmesg | tail or so
- [15075807.670164] XFS: unknown mount option [acl].
- Am suspecting that since the kernel is built with the config for XFS ACL that this could be LVM related.
- But it's too late to go digging right now. Hints welcome.
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