Behaviour mismatch between "store dos attributes" and "map archive" from man smb.conf(5)
jra at samba.org
Thu May 14 17:45:33 UTC 2020
On Thu, May 14, 2020 at 09:59:04AM +0200, Michael Adam wrote:
> To understand, I traced it through. The desired_access is handed
> through from torture_smb2_testfile to access_mask in
> open_file_ntcreate, where it is treated separately, and there,
> unx_mod and access_mask are handed to open_file separately, and
> not mixed up.
> And the initial unix mode that is set does not seem to contain
> the X bit unless the "map archive" is set.
Yep, that's the difference in behavior from the man page.
See my explaination and (completely untested) patch :-).
> But the question is still, why does the smb2.read test pass
> and not fail at source4/torture/smb2/read.c:270 if I configure
> "map archive = no" in selftest/target/Samba3.pm:2210 ?
> In this case (i.e. acl_xattr enabled and "map archive = no"),
> the file st/nt4_dc/share/smb2_readtest.dat gets +x bits set.
It's probably the "inherit acls" parameter that the acl_xattr
module sets by default. If you single step it I think you'll
find that after the initial open(name, O_CREAT, 0644) call
the file on disk has 0644 mode, then the code called in
source3/smbd/open.c:inherit_new_acl() modifies it to
add in the X bit, or whatever depending on the synthesized
NT ACL on the parent directory.
> If I add "acl_xattr:ignore system acls = true", then the file
> does NOT get the +x bits, but the test still passes.
> If I disable the acl_xattr module though, and keep "map archive =
> no", then the file gets no +x bits, and the check fails.
This is probably a test written to confirm we don't change pre-existing
behavior. So if you want different behavior then fix the
behavior, mark the test as knownfail, then fix the test to
match the new behavior and unmark the knownfail.
> So apparently, while you say that this access mode is for the
> access mode on the fd, not on the disk-file, when opening an
> *existing* file, the executable permission of the disk-file is
> still consulted, in form of the ACL, for determining
> whether the desired access can be granted to the FD. This seems
> somewhat asymmetric. But maybe I am not understanding correctly...
See above. Access mode is on the handle, it's nothing
to do with the ACL on the file.
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