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RE: old fileattr files - safe to delete?

Subject: RE: old fileattr files - safe to delete?
Date: Sat, 27 May 2006 15:45:26 +0100

Hi Arthur,

Thanks for you comments, but too late!  They've gone.  They were very old
and applied to users who've now left.  Are you sure these are different at
the repository end, if cvsnt is being used?  I can see how that could be..


David Carter-Hitchin.
Royal Bank of Scotland
Interest Rate Derivatives IT
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Arthur Barrett [mailto:address@hidden 
> Sent: 27 May 2006 04:38
> To: CARTER-HITCHIN, David, GBM; address@hidden
> Subject: RE: old fileattr files - safe to delete?
> David,
> I know some people in your company are using CVSNT on
> Linux/Unix/Windows.  In this case you should definitely not 
> touch these
> fileattr files since they contain the permissions/ACL's.
> Regards,
> Arthur Barrett

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