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 28.\" $FreeBSD$
 29.\"
 30.\" Developed by the TrustedBSD Project.
 31.\" Support for POSIX.1e access control lists.
 32.\"
 33.Dd September 4, 2009
 34.Dt GETFACL 1
 35.Os
 36.Sh NAME
 37.Nm getfacl
 38.Nd get ACL information
 39.Sh SYNOPSIS
 40.Nm
 41.Op Fl dhinqv
 42.Op Ar
 43.Sh DESCRIPTION
 44The
 45.Nm
 46utility writes discretionary access control information associated with
 47the specified file(s) to standard output.
 48If the
 49.Xr getconf 1
 50utility indicates that
 51.Brq Va _POSIX_ACL_EXTENDED
 52is not in effect for a
 53.Ar file
 54then the standard discretionary access permissions are interpreted as
 55an ACL containing only the required ACL entries.
 56.Pp
 57The following option is available:
 58.Bl -tag -width indent
 59.It Fl d
 60The operation applies to the default ACL of a directory instead of the
 61access ACL.
 62An error is generated if a default ACL cannot be associated with
 63.Ar file .
 64This option is not valid for NFSv4 ACLs.
 65.It Fl h
 66If the target of the operation is a symbolic link, return the ACL from
 67the symbolic link itself rather than following the link.
 68.It Fl i
 69For NFSv4 ACLs, append numerical ID at the end of each entry containing
 70user or group name.
 71Ignored for POSIX.1e ACLs.
 72.It Fl n
 73Display user and group IDs numerically rather than converting to
 74a user or group name.
 75Ignored for POSIX.1e ACLs.
 76.It Fl q
 77Do not write commented information about file name and ownership.
 78This is
 79useful when dealing with filenames with unprintable characters.
 80.It Fl v
 81For NFSv4 ACLs, display access mask and flags in a verbose form.
 82Ignored for POSIX.1e ACLs.
 83.El
 84.Pp
 85The following operand is available:
 86.Bl -tag -width indent
 87.It Ar file
 88A pathname of a file whose ACL shall be retrieved.
 89If
 90.Ar file
 91is not specified, or a
 92.Ar file
 93is specified as
 94.Fl ,
 95then
 96.Nm
 97reads a list of pathnames, each terminated by one newline character,
 98from the standard input.
 99.El
100.Pp
101For an explanation of the ACL syntax, see the
102.Xr setfacl 1
103manual page.
104.Sh EXIT STATUS
105.Ex -std
106.Sh EXAMPLES
107.Dl getfacl /
108.Pp
109Retrieve ACL for the directory
110.Pa / .
111.Pp
112.Dl getfacl -d /
113.Pp
114Retrieve the default ACL for the directory
115.Pa / ,
116if any.
117.Sh SEE ALSO
118.Xr setfacl 1 ,
119.Xr acl 3 ,
120.Xr getextattr 8 ,
121.Xr setextattr 8 ,
122.Xr acl 9 ,
123.Xr extattr 9
124.Sh STANDARDS
125The
126.Nm
127utility is expected to be
128.Tn IEEE
129Std 1003.2c compliant.
130.Sh HISTORY
131Extended Attribute and Access Control List support was developed as part
132of the
133.Tn TrustedBSD
134Project and introduced in
135.Fx 5.0 .
136.Sh AUTHORS
137.An Robert N M Watson