Home > 7-mode Manual Pages > fsecurity_show

fsecurity_show

Table of Contents

NAME

fsecurity_show – Displays the security settings on files and directories

SYNOPSIS

fsecurity show [-v <volume>|-s <share>] <path> [<options>]

fsecurity show -v <volume> -i <inum> [<options>]

DESCRIPTION

The fsecurity show command displays the full security information related to the target file or directory. Paths to volumes and qtrees (which are represented in the file system by directories) may be specified as well. When specifying the path, wildcards may be used to list security for the contents of a directory.

The Security style contains the security style of the qtree that the file or directory resides in. The Effective style will vary in Mixed qtree styles depending on which security style is currently active on the object.

OPTIONS

-c = Includes security descriptor control information in the results if an NTFS security descriptor is present on the object

-d
= Includes directories within the results when using a wildcard to list the security for the contents of a directory

-l
= Disables all name lookup attempts when displaying security information, which may be helpful when those services are unavailable

-x
= Expands values such as the DOS attributes and ACE access masks to better describe their contents

EXAMPLES

  toaster> fsecurity show /vol/vol0   [/vol/vol0 - Directory (inum 64)]     Security style: NTFS     Effective style: NTFS      DOS attributes: 0×0030 (—AD—)      Unix security:       uid: 0 (root)       gid: 0 (daemon)       mode: 0777 (rwxrwxrwx)      NTFS security descriptor:       Owner: BUILTIN\Administrators       Group: BUILTIN\Administrators       DACL:         Allow – Everyone – 0x001f01ff (Full Control)         Allow – Everyone – 0×10000000 – OI|CI|IO 


Table of Contents

Copyright © 1994-2008 NetApp, Inc. Legal Information

7-mode Manual Pages , , , ,

  1. No comments yet.
  1. No trackbacks yet.



This site is not affiliated or sponsored in anyway by NetApp or any other company mentioned within.

© 2009-2014 Chris Kranz All Rights Reserved
This site is not affiliated or sponsored in anyway by NetApp or any other company mentioned within.

%d bloggers like this: