samba 3.3.x and SMB RAW-ACLs
jra at samba.org
Mon Feb 23 14:29:59 MST 2009
On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 09:55:45AM -0500, yaberger at ca.ibm.com wrote:
> I'm having some issues with the SMB RAW-ACLs in the 3.3.x tree and my
> filesystem (IBM DFS).
> The original commit that seems to bring the problem (most likely the
> smbd/open.c check_open_rights() call in open_file() )
> With 3.3.0, I wasn't able to delete/rename files (access denied) that I'm
> not the owner (user or group). But I have the rights on the DFS ACLs
> layer. (see log and details at the end of the mail)
> I've applied the 2 followings patches to 3.3.0 and delete is now working,
> No luck with the rename.
> I'm afraid that there might be more problems that we haven't discovered
> yet since there is no VFS module for DFS. Samba is using the aix one.
What is the module you're loading to map AIX DFS ACLs ?
I'll need to look at the mapping from the AIX DFS ACLs
into the Windows ones to make sure the FILE_DELETE_CHILD
is being mapped correctly on directories.
What do AIX DFS ACLs look like ? NFSv4 or POSIX ACLs ?
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