[Samba] Secondary Groups and Group Mapping
Klinger, John (N-CSC)
john.klinger at lmco.com
Tue Jan 6 17:17:29 GMT 2004
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Klinger, John (N-CSC)
> Sent: Friday, December 19, 2003 8:14 AM
> | | Klinger, John (N-CSC) wrote:
> | |
> | | The first issue deals with the file sharing. Even if a file gives
> | | full permission to one of a user's secondary groups, that user
> | | cannot access the file. The user can only access the file (or
> | | directory) if the file's group is the user's primary group. I've
> | | fond several references on the web and in
> | | which seem to indicate that the bug is fixed. However, we
> also tried
> | | this with 3.0.1rc2 and have the same problem; which makes us think
> | | it is a configuration error or something we haven't found
> | | related to nsswitch.
> |Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
> | This is an open bug
> | ~ https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=395
> | cheers, jerry
> Good news, Jerry; thanks for the reply.
> This puts a large and noticeable kink in our architecture.
> What can we do to
> help get it resolved? Bug 395 references another link
> describing a similar
> problem on Solaris 9 with patch 112960-03. However, the
> problem exists for
> us on Solaris 8 without said patch series. We've successfully executed
> Samba using the same configuration files on a Debian and Red Hat 9
> system built from scratch using the same Samba source. We
> were going to
> build on Solaris 9 in an attempt narrow the problem when I
> received your
> Again, what can we do to support Samba and help hunt this down?
I've now been tasked to work on this full time. Do you have any
pointers or suggestions on what I should investigate first?
I'll use 395 as a loose basis unless I hear otherwise (and
look into the 3.0.2rc when it arrives).
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