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Mounting ACL enabled File Systems

Supporting ACLs for files or directories in which the partition contains must be mounted with the acl option.

# mount -t ext4 -o acl /dev/test_vg0/test_lv0 /test

If you want to make it persistent using /etc/fstab 

/dev/test_vg0/test_lv0 /test   ext4   acl   1 2

/test directory can be accessed via smb or nfs. Both file services support access control lists. When mounting /test from a nfs client noacl option must be used in order to disable ACLs.

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