The acl commands let you work with access control lists (ACLs):
- acl edit - modifies a specific user's access to a cluster or volume
- acl set - modifies the ACL for a cluster or volume
- acl show - displays the ACL associated with a cluster or volume
In order to use the
acl edit command, you must have full control (
fc) permission on the cluster or volume for which you are running the command.
Specify permissions for a user or group with a string that lists the permissions for that user or group. To specify permissions for multiple users or groups, use a string for each, separated by spaces. The format is as follows:
- Users -
- Groups -
The following tables list the permission codes used by the
Cluster Permission Codes
Log in to the MapR Control System, use the API and command-line interface,
Administrative access to cluster ACLs. Grants no other permissions.
Full control over the cluster. This enables all cluster-related administrative options with the exception of changing the cluster ACLs.
Volume Permission Codes
Dump the volume
Mirror or restore the volume
Modify volume properties, create and delete snapshots
Delete a volume
Full control (admin access and permission to change volume ACL)