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I am working on Solaris Unix. I have a file with permissions:

-rw-r----x+

What does the + at the end mean?

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that says you have extended ACLs on the file. check setfacl, getfacl to find out more – user31894 Nov 17 '09 at 5:28
    
json, you should consider accepting answers to your other questions if there was one posted that worked for you. This lets others that view your questions quickly see if there was a solution. – Darth Android Oct 1 '12 at 19:26

From man ls:

If the file or directory has extended attributes, the permissions field printed by the -l option is followed by a '@' character. Otherwise, if the file or directory has extended security information (such as an access control list), the permissions field printed by the -l option is followed by a '+' character.

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