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ACL report for \etc directory AIX IBM

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is there anyway to a do an acceess control list report for all sub folders/files within \etc on an AIX IBM system? i.e. owner and permissions, in a single report?
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For directories:

find /etc -type d | while read item; do echo "*\n--- $item ---"; aclget $item; done

For files:

find /etc -type f | while read item; do echo "*\n--- $item ---"; aclget $item; done

add "> reportfile.txt" to create an outputfile.
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could you give/upload a sample of the output if it doesnt expose any sensitive informaiton...
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--- /etc ---
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* ACL_type   AIXC
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attributes:
base permissions
    owner(root):  rwx
    group(system):  r-x
    others:  r-x
extended permissions
    disabled
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--- /etc/.tls ---
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* ACL_type   AIXC
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attributes:
base permissions
    owner(root):  rwx
    group(system):  r-x
    others:  r-x
extended permissions
    disabled
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--- /etc/.tls/rootCA ---
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* ACL_type   AIXC
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attributes:
base permissions
    owner(root):  rwx
    group(system):  ---
    others:  ---
extended permissions
    disabled

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does others typically mean everyone?
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Yes.
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