[PR PATCH] disable_openfile_inode_check
Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Thu Dec 10 11:04:14 UTC 2015
On Thu, Dec 10, 2015 at 07:58:52AM +0000, github at samba.org wrote:
> There is a new pull request by RG72 against master on the Samba Samba Github repository
> https://github.com/RG72/samba master
> Add a option disable_openfile_inode_check.
> I use samba over overlayfs.
> When users try to open file for write, they will get NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED and file opens for read only.
> Because open_file_ntcreate: file %s - dev/ino mismatch.
> With disable_openfile_inode_check = true, users can openfile for write.
> I build a time machine of share, with overlayfs and hard links.
Well, it very much seems the file system you have is really, really
broken. It changes inode numbers on the fly as it pleases? That breaks
quite some assumptions in Samba that lie pretty deep. None of the locking
we do can work if inodes are just volatile floating values. Please do
not use Samba on that file system, it will reliably destroy your data.
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