[Samba] Execute script on file write
Gautier, B (Bob)
Bob.Gautier at rabobank.com
Tue Mar 14 09:55:00 GMT 2006
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] On Behalf Of Peter Fortuin
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> Subject: [Samba] Execute script on file write
> I'm working on a quota system here at school. I want to
> execute a script everytime a user writes on the samba
> fileserver. This script checks some quota stuff.
> My question is, is it possible that a script is executed
> everytime a user writes a file to the samba server and if
> it's possible, how?
As someone has already pointed out, the standard quota system might fit
your needs, and if not, you are probably looking at a high overhead on
your server -- especially if the logic is a 'script' (e.g. bash?).
If you really want to do it, my suggestion is that you consider writing
yourself a VFS plugin -- maybe the audit plugin would be a good starting
> Peter Fortuin
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