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* ''Root squash'' - Controls super user access rights to a Lustre file system.
 
* ''Root squash'' - Controls super user access rights to a Lustre file system.
  
For information about Lustre security features, see [http://wiki.lustre.org/manual/LustreManual18_HTML/LustreSecurity.html#50532486_pgfId-5529 Chapter 26: ''Lustre Security''] in the [http://wiki.lustre.org/manual/LustreManual20_HTML/index.html ''Lustre Operations Manual''].
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For information about Lustre security features, see [http://wiki.lustre.org/manual/LustreManual20_HTML/ManagingSecurity.html#50438221_pgfId-5529 Chapter 22: ''Managing Lustre Security''] in the [http://wiki.lustre.org/manual/LustreManual20_HTML/index.html ''Lustre Operations Manual''].

Latest revision as of 05:58, 20 January 2011

Lustre™ security features include:

  • Access control lists (ACLs) - Used to set permissions or access rights for users or groups to specific system objects, such as directories or files.
  • Root squash - Controls super user access rights to a Lustre file system.

For information about Lustre security features, see Chapter 22: Managing Lustre Security in the Lustre Operations Manual.