acl edit

Modifies a specific user's access to a cluster or volume.

Permissions Required

The acl edit command grants one or more specific volume or cluster permissions to a user. To use the acl edit command, you must have administrative (a) permissions on the volume and cluster for which you are running the command. The permissions are specified as a comma-separated list of permission codes. See acl.

Syntax

CLI
maprcli acl edit
    [ -cluster <cluster name> ]
    [ -group <group> ]
    [ -name <name> ]
    -type cluster|volume
    [ -user <user> ]
REST
Request Type POST
Request URL
http[s]://<host:port>/rest/acl/edit?<parameters> 

Parameters

Parameter

Description

cluster

The cluster on which to run the command.

group

Groups and allowed actions for each group. See acl. Format: <group>:<action>[,<action>...][ <group>:<action>[,<action...]]

Note: You must specify either a user or a group.

name

The object name.

type

The object type (cluster or volume). When the type is volume, a volume name must be specified using the name parameter.

user

Users and allowed actions for each user. See acl. Format: <user>:<action>[,<action>...][ <user>:<action>[,<action...]]

Note: You must specify either a user or a group.

Examples

Give the user jsmith dump, restore, and delete permissions for "test-volume":
CLI
maprcli acl edit -type volume -name test-volume -user jsmith:dump,restore,d
REST
https://10.10.82.22:8443/rest/acl/edit?type=volume&name=test-volume&user=jsmith%3Adump,restore,d