[Samba] XFS ACLs vanish. (2.2.2a and 2.2.3a)

Ken D'Ambrosio kend at employees.org
Mon Feb 25 13:36:06 GMT 2002

On Sun, 2002-02-24 at 01:22, Paul Miller wrote: 
> Try "nt acl support = yes" on the file share and see if that helps...

Well, I changed the share, restarted the daemons, went in as both myself
(owning the files) and root, and still had the same problem...  I've now
also tried it with the smbcacls command, just in case I was doing
something wrong from W2K.  Here's the dialog from a client running a CVS
snapshot as of today:

./smbcacls //kend-linux/raid /sol/kend/core -A ACL:KEND-LINUX\tom:ALLOWED/0/RW
[root at kend-linux bin]# ./smbcacls //kend-linux/raid /sol/kend/core

No user "tom" here.

I'm beginning to suspect I'm [not] doing something really dumb and/or
obvious, but I just don't know what.  Is there a Samba ACL
HOWTO/FAQ/README/etc. somewhere that lays out a step-by-step process for
this?  I've poked 'round, and the most I find is "how to compile ACLs into
your kernel, and then compile Samba to use them".

Thanks, yet once again,


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