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Logrotate: Postrotate setfacl failed with no such file or directory error

I set some extended ACL entries for /var/log/squid3/ and /var/log/squid3/access.log. sudo setfacl -m u:jetty:r-x,g:adm:r-x /var/log/squid3 sudo setfacl -m u:jetty:r--,g:adm:r-- ...
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which is better, setfacl or chmod +a? [closed]

I have been working with Ubuntu for a year or so. Just the other week I have started to learn the Symfony framework which works faster with the ACL. In the installation and configuration of Symfony ...
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setfacl for all users

Is it possible to set the permission for all users or all groups that are present in the acl? Namely, I would like a command that applies permissions uniformly for all members of an entity type, ...
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Have new files inherit their folder's extended ACLs

We are moving our web files from AFS to a local volume with the acl flag set. We use extended ACLs for our permissions so users can edit different parts of our websites. In AFS, when you create a new ...
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Default owner and setting sticky bit by default

I have a RHEL 5.5 server and want to set up some specific security for a directory: Please note that I am not asking how to do this one time... that has already been done. I want all new ...
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Give read/write permission of group files to a user

How can I use setfacl to allow a user to have read/write permission on the home directory of any user that belongs to a certain group?
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linux/setfacl - Set all current/future files/directories in parent directory to 775 with specified owner/group

I have a directory called "members" and under it there are folders/files. How can I recursively set all the current folders/files and any future ones created there to by default have 775 permissions ...
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setfacl equivalent to chmod for setting/unsetting individual flag

Using setfacl command line arguments, is there a way to set/unset a single flag as the following command will do ? chmod g+x FILE Please note that: setfacl g::x FILE setfacl g::--x FILE are ...
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ACL multiple default groups?

With Linux ACL, can you have multiple groups with default access to a folder? I want this for sharing code repositories between different coding groups + several processes. My thinking is, if a user ...