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Manual Reference Pages  -  FS_GETCALLERACCESS (1)

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NAME

fs_getcalleraccess - Show the current user’s access to a file or directory

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

fs getcalleraccess [-path <path>+] [-help]

fs gca [-p <path>] [-h]

DESCRIPTION

The fs getcalleraccess command displays the access that the current user has to the specified path using the same representation as fs listacl.

OPTIONS

-help Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options are ignored.
-path <path>+ The -path option specifies the path on which to operate. -path may be omitted. If this option isn’t given, the default is to act on the current directory.

OUTPUT

For each path, fs getcalleraccess outputs a line like:



    Callers access to <directory> is <rights>



where <directory> is the path on which it is operating and <rights> is an ACL string in the same format as is returned by fs listacl. See fs_listacl(1) for more information about AFS ACL strings.

EXAMPLES

The following command shows the current user’s access to the path /afs/openafs.org, which is read and lookup access.



   % fs getcalleraccess /afs/openafs.org
   Callers access to /afs/openafs.org is rl
   %



PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

No special privileges are required for this command.

SEE ALSO

fs_listacl(1), fs_setacl(1)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2007 Jason Edgecombe <jason@rampaginggeek.com>

This documentation is covered by the BSD License as written in the doc/LICENSE file. This man page was written by Jason Edgecombe for OpenAFS.

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