[Samba] Hide Unreadable and user ACLs
jra at samba.org
Fri Mar 2 00:23:43 GMT 2007
On Thu, Feb 22, 2007 at 03:28:00PM -0800, Edward L. Hannaford wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is a bug or Working As Designed. I'm hoping
> someone can clarify for me.
> Brief environment: SLES 9, SP3; samba-3.0.20b-3.4 We use Posix ACLs for
> a more granular control of permissions on our shares. We also use "hide
> unreadable = yes" for one share (we'd prefer to use it for more but we
> can't due to this issue).
> With "hide unreadable = yes," if a _group_ ACL entry has the read
> permission to a file or folder, and a user is a member of the group, the
> file or folder is visible. However, if a _user_ ACL entry has the read
> permission to a file or folder, the file or folder is *still hidden* to
> the user.
> Is this a known issue, working as intended, or a bug? If it's a bug,
> how would I go about reporting it?
There have been some recent fixes in this area since 3.0.20.
Could you try the latest release (3.0.24) and see if this is
fixed ? If not, please report a bug at bugzila.samba.org.
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