[Samba] still ACL bug in 3.0.14a
tom at umsl.edu
Fri Apr 15 19:13:07 GMT 2005
Sigh. Good catch Peter but I set up my test environment (Sparc Solaris 8,
UFS filesystem) to match what Jeremy used and still have the same
I set it up like this...
root at huckfinn:/accounts/staff/schaefer/tmp bash# ls -ld crap
d---rwx---+ 2 root root 1024 Apr 15 13:53 crap/
root at huckfinn:/accounts/staff/schaefer/tmp bash# getfacl crap
# file: crap
# owner: root
# group: root
User schaefer still can't rename or delete files in the crap directory.
How frustrating. Jeremy we don't do a lot of Linux around here but yes I
should be able to cobble a test together.
Also, Peter, I know you use Linux and have been seeing these exact same
symptoms, but have you actually tried it against 3.0.14a yet?
On Fri, 15 Apr 2005 13:49:10 -0500
"Peter Kruse" <pk at q-leap.com> wrote:
> (please see below)
> Jeremy Allison wrote:
> >>root at huckfinn:/accounts/staff/schaefer/tmp bash# getfacl crap
> >># file: crap
> >># owner: root
> >># group: root
> >>group::--- #effective:---
> >>group:203:rwx #effective:rwx
> >>group:cfusion:rwx #effective:rwx
> > # getfacl crap
> > # file: crap
> > # owner: root
> > # group: root
> > user::---
> > user:jeremy:rwx
> > group::---
> > group:jeremy:rwx
> > mask::rwx
> > other::---
> > User jeremy can create/delete and modify files from a cmd.exe shell
> > and Windows explorer to his hearts content, no problems.
> The difference is that you gave write permissions to user jeremy. In
> the other example, permissions are granted _only_ to the group the
> user belongs to. So you have to remove the user:jeremy:rwx to
> see the bug.
> > It's possible this is a Solaris specific issue. Can you reproduce
> > the problem with 3.0.14a on a Linux box ?
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