lizardfs geteattr, lizardfs seteattr, lizardfs deleattr - get, set or delete extra attributes
lizardfs geteattr [-r] [-n|-h|-H] 'OBJECT'... lizardfs seteattr [-r] [-n|-h|-H] -f 'ATTRNAME' [-f 'ATTRNAME' ...] 'OBJECT'... lizardfs deleattr [-r] [-n|-h|-H] -f 'ATTRNAME' [-f 'ATTRNAME' ...] 'OBJECT'...
geteattr, seteattr and deleattr tools are used to get, set or delete some extra attributes. Attributes are described below.
|-r||Enables recursive mode.|
|-n, -h, -H||These options are described in lizardfs(1).|
- This flag means, that particular object belongs to current user (‘uid’ and ‘gid’ are equal to ‘uid’ and ‘gid’ values of accessing process). Only root (‘uid’=0) sees the real ‘uid’ and ‘gid’.
- This flag means, that standard file attributes such as uid, gid, mode, length and so on won’t be stored in kernel cache.
- This flag is similar to above. It prevents directory entries from being cached in kernel.
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