Re: [PATCH] SMB2 AAPL create context (was: Mac OS Mavericks über slow)
smfrench at gmail.com
Thu Oct 2 19:39:35 MDT 2014
I am ok with the MS NFS ACL stuff to be SMB3 (or SMB2/SMB3) only - but
would prefer that we can enable that and the SFM style remapping of
the 7 characters outside of AAPL (I am ok with another create context
but ... don't want to force parsing a create context for these if not
On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 5:56 AM, Ralph Böhme <rb at sernet.de> wrote:
> Hi all!
> On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 10:43:56PM -0500, Steve French wrote:
>> I am also ok with using the Microsoft UID and perm mapping (if I
>> could figure out where they store the sticky and setuid/setgid bits
>> ....) to enhance our current "cifsacl" mount option.
> attached is an updated AAPL patchset . Summary of changes:
> * fixes for issues found by Volker and metze
> * added a torture test
> * move MS NFS style uid, gid, mode mapping from vfs_fruit to the core
> POSIX ACL functions
> With minor changes, the MS NFS stuff could be used by the Linux smb
> client. Atm I'm only enabling this functionality via smb2/create AAPL
> context capability negotation, but that can be modified easily.
> Comments welcome! :)
> If the change to include MS NFS stuff in the core POSIX ACL routines
> is accepted, I'll post and updated squashed patchset.
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