barth at cck.uni-kl.de
Sat Jul 15 13:41:10 GMT 2000
We had little trouble with the new samba parameter "inherit
A couple of directories on our server (linux 2.2.15) use the setgid-
bit for thier funktionality as exchange directories. With samba-2.0.7
and the default "inherit permissions = no" this stopped working: New
subdirectories of setgid-directories no longer inherit the setgid-bit
of thier parent-directories as in the previous verisons of samba and
as it is unix standard. Soon or later our exchange directories
(between students and staff) where brocken and we had to switch to
"inherit permissions = yes" (With is a handy thing, but has a lot of
impacts on a file system).
Because of this my proposal is:
The inherit permissions parameter should have 3 possibilities:
no: like now, on permissions, including setgid are inherited.
unix: behaviour as in older samba versions, setgid of directories
is inherited form the parent, like it is on unix. This should be
yes: like now.
Thanks for samba,
In a world without walls and fences, who needs windows and gates? (SUN)
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