[Samba] Re: still ACL bug in 3.0.14a

Tom Schaefer 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
for me.

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.

Tom Schaefer

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:
> https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2619
> 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?
> Thx,
> 	Peter
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