nfs4_getfacl [-HR] file ...
nfs4_getfacl will display the NFSv4 Access Control List (ACL) for the files given as arguments, provided they are on mounted NFSv4 filesystems which support ACLs.
If the -H/--more-help flag is specified, nfs4_getfacl will print some information about NFSv4 ACLs and the fields used in ACEs.
If the -R/--recursive flag is specified, nfs4_getfacl will list the NFSv4 ACLs of all files and directories recursively.
The output format for an NFSv4 file ACL, e.g., is:
# file: /somedir A::OWNER@:rwatTnNcCy A::email@example.com:rxtncy A::firstname.lastname@example.org:rwadtTnNcCy A:g:GROUP@:rtncy D:g:GROUP@:waxTC A::EVERYONE@:rtncy D::EVERYONE@:waxTC
In the example output above, the user `email@example.com' has the equivalent of "read" and "execute" permissions, `firstname.lastname@example.org' has "read" and "write", and both `GROUP@' and `EVERYONE@' have "read".
The ACL listings of multiple files are separated by blank lines.
Refer to the nfs4_acl(5) manpage for detailed information about NFSv4 ACL terminology and syntax.
nfs4_getfacl was written by people at CITI, the Center for Information Technology Integration (http://www.citi.umich.edu). This manpage was written by David Richter.
Please send bug reports, feature requests, and comments to <email@example.com>.
nfs4_setfacl(1), nfs4_acl(5), RFC3530 (NFSv4.0), NFSv4.1 Minor Version Draft.