[Samba] More on the archive bit saga
kincera at gmail.com
Mon Sep 11 21:35:39 GMT 2006
Using attrib -s on the file removed the "access denied" part. Strange
that some files mysteriously got ACLs when others did not.
Yes, map system = no is set.
server:/share/personal/smith# getfattr -d foo.txt
# file: foo.txt
Is that good or bad?
Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 11, 2006 at 05:07:18PM -0400, Aaron Kincer wrote:
>> Duh, DOS thinks the file with the ACL set is a system file. I don't see
>> the part in getfacl that says anything about that and I specifically
>> gave it 660 using chmod. It is NOT a system file, but Samba is telling
>> DOS it is.
> Have you set "map system = no" ? If you have, what does the
> extended attribute on the file say ?
> Have you tried using attrib -s file, then looking at the
> extended attribute with getfattr ? ACLs are nothing to do
> with this if you have map system = no.
> Attributes are stored in the extended attribute user.DOSATTRIB
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