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Will be discussed at the next interim together with 62bis-03 and 61bis-07,
to be submitted soon.

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A new version of Internet-Draft draft-dnoveck-nfsv4-acls-04.txt has been
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Name:     draft-dnoveck-nfsv4-acls
Revision: 04
Title:    ACLs within the NFSv4 Protocols
Date:     2024-06-24
Group:    Individual Submission
Pages:    165
URL:      https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-dnoveck-nfsv4-acls-04.txt
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Abstract:

   This document is part of the set of documents intended to update the
   description of NFSv4 Minor Version One as part of the rfc5661bis
   effort.  It describes the structure and function of Access Control
   Lists within all minor versions of NFSv4.

   It describes the structure of NFSv4 ACLs and their role in the NFSv4
   security architecture.  While the focus of this document is on the
   role of ACLs in providing a more flexible approach to file access
   authorization than is made available by the POSIX-derived
   authorization-related attributes, the potential provision of other
   security-related functionality is covered as well.

   Because of the failure of previous specifications to provide a
   satisfactory approach to either of the two ACL models for which
   support was intended, this document will include some small protocol
   extensions to correct protocol defects, as provided for in RFC8178.

   In this document, the relationship among the multiple ACL models
   supported has changed.  A core set of functionality, derived from a
   subset of that provided by the now-withdrawn draft POSIX ACLs is
   presented as the conceptual base of the feature set.  Two additional
   sets of features used to provide the functionality within the NFSv4
   ACL model and the full draft POSIX ACL model are presented as
   OPTIONAL extensions to that core.

   The current version of the document is intended, in large part, to
   result in working group discussion regarding repairing problems with
   previous specifications of ACL-related features and to enable work to
   provide a greater degree of interoperability than has been available
   heretofore.  The drafts provide a framework for addressing these
   issues and obtaining working group consensus regarding necessary
   changes.

   When the resulting document is eventually published as an RFC, it
   will supersede the descriptions of ACL structure and semantics
   appearing in existing minor version specification documents for
   NFSv4.0 and NFSv4.1, thereby updating RFC7530 and RFC8881.



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