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How are default permissions determined (on OS X)?

My (limited) understanding of basic Unix is that any files that are created will be created based on the permissions of the creating user. In particular, the group assigned will be the creating user's ...
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Trouble understanding why getfattr -d doe not show anything

The successful command from which I started: getfattr -n system.ntfs_times /media/hdd/oldfolder/ output getfattr: Removing leading '/' from absolute path names # file: media/hdd/oldfolder/ ...
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Samba 3 on Arch Linux, streams_xattr behaviour

I'm running Samba 3.6.8-1 on my x64 Arch Linux installation. I recently decided to have my samba share support NTFS's Alternate Data Streams by using streams_xattr or streams_depot. With streams_xattr ...
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Is it normal that I need u+w to set extended filesystem attributes?

I noticed that on panfs, Pythons copystat fails when the source file does not have the u+w permission bit set; setting attributes fails with Permission denied command line equivalent: (attr_set: ...
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Can I mount a share and enable the user_xattr mount option?

I have a ext4 drive that is mounted using defaults mount options. It is a RedHat Enterprise Linux version 6.5, 64 bits. I can call lsattr on any file on that server. I need to share that drive with 3 ...
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Is the purpose of setting the version number of a file using chattr similar to optomistic locking in a database?

For instance if you record the version number before editing the file, and check it again before saving the file, you can be assured that nobody else wrote to the file while you were editing it. ...