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not allow to setup acl

Posted on 2007-12-05
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hi guys,
i have proble with HP-UX machine
i try to setup acl on files which is not allow me to setup acl.
i am getting this error
setacl -m u:sqidev:r-x FxgPasswordCipher.class
acl failed for "FxgPasswordCipher.class", No space left on device
+ setacl -m u:sqiqas:r-x FxgPasswordCipher.class
acl failed for "FxgPasswordCipher.class", No space left on device
+ setacl -m u:ssmdev:r-x FxgPasswordCipher.class
acl failed for "FxgPasswordCipher.class", No space left on device

Showing no space left on device but there is space on device.

can anybody help me
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if there are already acls setup on the file, you may have exceded the maximum number.  how many do you have? (use getacl <filename>) 13 is usually the limit.

you may have to use groups to assign more users access to the file.

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