[Samba] Re: security
aal at evidence-cpr.com
Tue Oct 14 10:19:27 GMT 2003
On 14 Oct 2003 at 11:51, Massimo Crisantemo wrote:
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From: "Massimo Crisantemo" <digiland_oohay at yahoo.it>
Date sent: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 11:51:57 +0200
Subject: [Samba] Re: security
> >:~$ mount
> >/dev/md0 on /home type ext2 (rw,nosuid,nodev,usrquota,acl)
> >~$ uname -a
> >Linux woody 2.4.21 #2 Thu Aug 21 17:20:40 MSD 2003 i686 unknown
> oops woody acl samba?
...with manually compiled samba and kernel. Debian provides acl-utils, libacl and libacl-
> sorry if i put myself in the middle of this but i read somewhere that is
> were not possible to use acl on ext3 (you actually use ext2 but...)
The Linux kernel patch and most of information is got from http://acl.bestbits.at/
> enable them in samba using a debian distro..
> My production server is actually a woody stable with recompiled kernel from
> kernel.org 2.4.22 and samba 2.2.8a from samba.org.
> Is you server a production server? is stable?
Yes, but I have "rare but regular" problems with locking.tdb. See this maillist and
Bugzilla Bug 370. I see no reasons to think that this problem is related to acl; maybe, I
> i'm using ann IBM xSeries 235
> with raid 5 scsi controller and 3 disks... is it auspicable i can obtain acl
> works in this context?
Looks like yes.
> Thank you for your opinion,
> Massimo Crisantemo
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