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Unix System Services (USS) and Access Control Lists (ACL) using RACF

by Rui Miguel Feio in RACF

In z/OS Unix System Services (USS), Access Control Lists (ACLs) are used in conjunction with the normal permission bits, allowing access control for files and directories by individual UIDs and GIDs. These are known as extended Access Control Lists and require RACF class FSSEC to be active. Although controlled by RACF, ACLs are administered via UNIX commands: setfacl – used to create, modify and delete ACLs in USS getfacl – used to display ACLs in USS To be able to apply changes to the Access Control Lists in Unix System [...]

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