[Gluster-users] what does the permission T mean? -rwx-----T
jdarcy at redhat.com
Thu Jan 13 21:45:49 UTC 2011
On 01/13/2011 04:40 PM, Fabricio Cannini wrote:
> 2011/1/13 phil cryer <phil at cryer.us>:
>> I have a file that looks like this, what does T tell me in terms of
>> permissions and glusterfs?
>> -rwx-----T 1 root root 3414 Oct 22 15:27 reportr2.sh
> hi Phil.
> On a file, it means that whoever has write permission can only *add*
> content to it.
> In a directory, it means that whoever has write permission can only
> *add* files to it, and only the owner can erase the directory, even if
> the file/dir perms are 777.
...and in GlusterFS, it means that it's a "linkfile" for something that
actually resides on another brick.
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