[Samba] Re: AIX 5.2 / ACL support

Zylo shiningzylo at caramail.com
Thu Mar 11 23:00:00 GMT 2004

OK, after reading carefully the howto-collection, it seems that it is a
problem of the filesystem's ACL of AIX.
On Linux I used the "default" ACL entry of XFS. On AIX I'm still searching a
mean to inherit extended ACLs...

"Zylo" <shiningzylo at caramail.com> a écrit dans le message news:
c27mdb$tq7$1 at sea.gmane.org...
> Hello,
> I am testing the ACL support on AIX, and I have some results I do not
> understand.
> Config : AIX 5.2, samba 3.0.2a, compiled with gcc 2.9
> and --with-acl-support.
> I create a share test :
> [test]
> path = /usr/tests/testpartage
> read only = No
> inherit permissions = Yes
> inherit acls = YesOn Unix side, I put the ACLs :attributes:base
> owner(test):  rwx    group(testtoto):  rwx    others:  ---extended
> permissions    enabled    permit   rwx     u:totoThen I create, whith a
> widows client , a directory doss and a file txt.txt. The ACL are
> :/usr/tests/testpartage>#aclget txt.txtattributes:base permissions
> owner(test):  rwx    group(testtoto):  rw-    others:  ---extended
> permissions    disabled /usr/tests/testpartage>#aclget dossattributes:base
> permissions    owner(test):  rwx    group(testtoto):  rwx
>   others:  ---extended permissions    disabledThis behaviour seems not
> consistant in comparison with linux/XFS/ACLs.Is that "normal" ?If you have
> any idea, thanx in advance !
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