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Re: Is there a fast way to get acl's for the whole filesystem (or chunk thereof)
OK... one small problem.
Every ~4500 lines and (70-80K characters), both of these methods omit the
empty line between the getfacl stanzas. The skipped lines however don't
occur at the same places in the two different methods.
I assume it must be due to buffering of the long line input or something,
but I would like to correct for it.
Preferably correct it before it occurs rather than having to use some sed or
perl magic to clean up the file afterward.
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