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setfattr



SYNOPSIS

       setfattr [-h] -n name [-v value] pathname...
       setfattr [-h] -x name pathname...
       setfattr [-h] --restore=file


DESCRIPTION

       The  setfattr  command  associates  a  new  value  with an
       extended attribute name for each specified file.

   OPTIONS
       -n name, --name=name
           Specifies the name of the extended attribute to set.

       -v value, --value=value
           Specifies the new value for the extended attribute.

       -x name, --remove=name
           Remove the named extended attribute entirely.

       -h, --no-dereference
           Do not follow symlinks.  If  pathname  is  a  symbolic
           link,  it  is  not followed, but is instead itself the
           inode being modified.

       --restore=file
           Restores extended attributes from file.  The file must
           be  in  the  format  generated by the getfattr command
           with the --dump option.  If a dash (-) is given as the
           file name, setfattr reads from standard input.

       --version
           Print the version of setfattr and exit.

       --help
           Print help explaining the command line options.

       --  End of command line options.  All remaining parameters
           are interpreted as file names, even if they start with
           a dash character.


AUTHOR

       Andreas  Gruenbacher, <a.gruenbacher@computer.org> and the
       SGI XFS development team, <linux-xfs@oss.sgi.com>.

       Please  send  your  bug  reports  or  comments  to   these
       addresses.


SEE ALSO

       getfattr(1), and attr(5).

  




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