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Currently helping to run a middling size Oracle Fusion middleware development and testing environment.


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comment Should We Abolish User Access to rm?
This is the right thing to do. In additon, to allow users to recover deleted files without admin intervention, you can implement something like this. mikerubel.org/computers/rsync_snapshots
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comment Broken folder behavior in OS X 10.6.7 Finder
ls -le0@d just turned up some ACLs on the file. I cleared those just as a test. No luck. There's no pattern that we've detected yet. It seems to happen at random. So far, we've seen it affect .doc files, folders,.xls and .pdfs. Files created by at least 3 different users (all using OSX 10.6) have experienced the issue. At least one of the files affected (a folder) was created by a Windows client, but OS X 10.6 clients can't open the folder.
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