[Samba] Strange Samba permissions
sgmayo at mail.bloomfield.k12.mo.us
Mon Nov 14 16:27:12 GMT 2005
Scott Mayo wrote:
> I have a problem with some Samba permissions. Here is the share.
> path = /school/bhs
> read only = no
> valid users = @teacher @admin @bhs
> create mask = 660
> force create mode = 2660
> directory mask = 770
> force directory mode = 3770
> T: is mapped to a DFS share with permissions 3777, then the 'bhs' share
> is a link in the DFS share.
> I get inconsistent directories when they are created. Here are two
> directories that were created within 1 minute of each other, in the
> 'bhs' share, by the same user, and they got different permissions.
> drwxrwx--T 2 kertzb teacher 4096 Sep 22 03:41 word computer two
> drwxrws--T 2 kertzb teacher 4096 Sep 22 03:42 Word Chapter one
> The 2nd one got the SGUID bit carried over, the first did not. Why
> would this happen?
I never heard anything on this. Is this a possible glitch? I see no
reason why the SGUID bit does not get carried over in the first instance.
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