[Samba] Log file usage ...
leet at leenx.co.za
Wed Jun 19 04:36:04 GMT 2002
I have been give the task of either finding a way to stop people from
deleting files from our Samba network, or as I suggest that would be less
problematic, would be to log deletion requests.
I know of the "Samba Recycle Bin" which I will be implimenting with the
Samba 2.2.5 release which is just round the corner, but I was hoping that I
might be able to impliment a logging system of what files were modified and
delete and maybe more. I was think that should not be a big thing to
impliment in a VFS module and will be looking into this, but Samba 2.2 does
not casade VFS modules, so I would have to do this Samba Head, which I am
not happy about doing, because I am alread getting trouble because Linux is
the unknow in all of this.
I don't wish to change to M$ product for my server and believe that we can
do better with an Open Source Product, but without proof that the Linux box
is not the problem, but the users are. I am looking a solution that would
give me something close to Netwares salvage or more the logging so that I
can proof that a user deleted the files and not some ghost.
If anybody has a suggestion, please let me know. Thanks.
P.S. You can't do an undelete on ext3, so that is out of the question.
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