[Samba] Re: still ACL bug in 3.0.14a
tom at umsl.edu
Tue Apr 19 17:02:12 GMT 2005
I've kind of been hanging with Peter on this whole issue so didn't want to
just abandon him when Jeremy issued the Solaris patch that fixed things
I went and took a hard look at bug report 2619 that Peter filed and tried
to duplicate it. He is doing ACLs on specific files, not directories as I
was. When specifically following Peter's bug report, I CAN duplicate the
bug Peter found under Solaris even with the all inclusive force
group/Solaris patch Jeremy issued yesterday installed. I put the new
patch on the Linux box, and as Peter is saying, the problem is still there
as well. I noticed Jeremy requesting level 10 debug logs on the bug
tracking page. I'll send some as soon as I can.
On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 09:45:46 +0200
Peter Kruse <pk at q-leap.com> wrote:
> Hello again,
> Jeremy Allison wrote:
> > On Mon, Apr 18, 2005 at 06:35:12PM +0200, Peter Kruse wrote:
> >>bad news, my problem is not fixed with 3.0.14a
> > The log file helped. Try this patch (applies against
> > raw 3.0.14a). Problem was Solaris was returning 2 in a
> > place I expected a 1....
> tried it, makes no difference here. I'm neither using "force group" nor
> using Solaris. Sorry to confuse you, there are probably two different
> problems in the same thread, although the subject is valid for both.
> But as the Solaris issue seems to be resolved, maybe you could
> have a look at my bug report:
> The bug report includes exact instructions how to reproduce it.
> I get the impression that the acl implementation is wrong. It looks
> to me that if any user doesn't have write permission then the
> group settings are ignored.
> Jeremy, if you create such a file, do you get correct behaviour?
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