|ACL_TOTEXT(3SEC)||File Access Control Library Functions||ACL_TOTEXT(3SEC)|
cc [ flag... ] file... -lsec [ library... ] #include <sys/acl.h> char *acl_totext(acl_t *aclp, int flags);
int acl_fromtext(char *acltextp, acl_t **aclp);
The format of the external ACL is controlled by the flags argument. Values for flags are constructed by a bitwise-inclusive-OR of flags from the following list, defined in <sys/acl.h>.
The acl_fromtext() function converts an external ACL representation pointed to by acltextp into an internal ACL representation. The memory for the list of ACL entries is obtained using malloc(3C). The caller is responsible for freeing the memory upon completion. Depending on type of ACLs a file system supports, one of two external external representations are possible. For POSIX draft file systems such as ufs, the external representation is described in acltotext(3SEC). The external ACL representation For NFSv4-style ACLs is detailed as follows.
Each acl_entry contains one ACL entry. The external representation of an ACL entry contains three, four or five colon separated fields. The first field contains the ACL entry type. The entry type keywords are defined as:
The second field contains the ACL entry ID, and is used only for user or group ACL entries. This field is not used for owner@, group@, or everyone@ entries.
The third field contains the discretionary access permissions. The format of the permissions depends on whether ACL_COMPACT_FMT is specified. When the flags field does not request ACL_COMPACT_FMT, the following format is used with a forward slash (/) separating the permissions.
This format allows permissions to be specified as, for example: read_data/read_xattr/read_attributes.
When ACL_COMPACT_FMT is specified, the permissions consist of 14 unique letters. A hyphen (-) character is used to indicate that the permission at that position is not specified.
This format allows compact permissions to be represented as, for example: rw--d-a-------
The fourth field is optional when ACL_COMPACT_FMT is not specified, in which case the field will be present only when the ACL entry has inheritance flags set. The following is the list of inheritance flags separated by a slash (/) character.
When ACL_COMPACT_FMT is specified the inheritance will always be present and is represented as positional arguments. A hyphen (-) character is used to indicate that the inheritance flag at that position is not specified.
The fifth field contains the type of the ACE (allow or deny):
Upon successful completion, the acl_fromtext() function returns 0. Otherwise, the return value is set to one of the following:
Example 2 Examples of permissions when ACL_COMPACT_FMT is specified.
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|June 16, 2008||OmniOS|