ACL categories: @admin, @slow, @dangerous
When Dragonfly is configured to use an ACL file (with the
--aclfile configuration option), this command will save the currently defined ACLs state to the ACL file.
Note, that Dragonfly should have write permissions for that file. For example, placing it in
/etc/ will not work because the directory is only
accessible as readonly by Dragonfly (see
/lib/systemd/system/dragonfly.service). We advice to place acl files in
you plan them to be read only (and in that case it would make sense to store them in
Simple string reply:
OK on success.
The error otherwise.
dragonfly> ACL SAVE