Two RHEL 6.8 servers. One test, one production. In theory derived from the same build channel in Satellite.
I spotted an issue on the production server when trying to add an ACL to a directory on an LV on a secondary volume group
The ACL works perfectly on test server however when applying to the production server I get the following...
setfacl: /data/dir1: Operation not supported
acl option is probably not set for this mount point.
/etc/fstab both are using
/dev/mapper/vg02-data /data ext4 defaults 1 2
The output of
mount -l is identical but the output of
testserver:root:~> mount -l | grep data /dev/mapper/vg02-data on /data type ext4 (rw) prodserver:root:~> mount -l | grep data /dev/mapper/vg02-data on /data type ext4 (rw) testserver:root:~> tune2fs -l /dev/mapper/vg02-data | grep options Default mount options: user_xattr acl prodserver:root:~> tune2fs -l /dev/mapper/vg02-data | grep options Default mount options: (none)
Kernel version of both is
I was under the impression that ACLs are enabled for
extX file systems by default on RHEL and derivatives.
Where are these default options set?