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Date:	Fri, 23 Oct 2015 13:03:59 -0700
From:	"Frank Filz" <>
To:	"'Andreas Gruenbacher'" <>,
	"'Alexander Viro'" <>,
	"'Theodore Ts'o'" <>,
	"'Andreas Dilger'" <>,
	"'J. Bruce Fields'" <>,
	"'Jeff Layton'" <>,
	"'Trond Myklebust'" <>,
	"'Anna Schumaker'" <>,
	"'Dave Chinner'" <>,
	<>, <>,
	<>, <>,
	<>, <>,
Subject: RE: [PATCH v12 00/49] Richacls

Andreas Gruenbacher:
> Here is another update of the richacl patch queue.  I would like to ask
> feedback so that the core and local filesystem code (patches 1-25) can be
> merged in the 4.4 merge window.
> Changes since the last posting (
>  * On ext4, filesystems with the richacl feature can no longer be mounted
>    with -o noacl; richacls cannot be turned off.
>  * XFS was listing richacl xattrs as "trusted.system.richacl"; this has
>    been fixed.
>  * Some definitions have been moved from include/linux/ to
>    include/uapi/linux/.  The license of the uapi headers has been changed
>    to LGPL.

Thanks for that last. I kept meaning to ask about that for cleaner use in


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