[Samba] Re: Wrong perms on new files/dirs using smbmount
scott.lovenberg at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 18:50:36 GMT 2008
Michael Lueck wrote:
> I am working through coming up with a Linux client integration to Samba
> I mount several shares with this sort of syntax:
> /bin/mount -t cifs -o
> //ldslnx01/data /mnt/ldslnx01/data/
> However when I create new files/dirs on the Samba share from the Linux
> workstation, the perms are not 0666/0777 as I have specified.
> Historically I set those perms on the share, and that has always worked
> with Windows clients.
> I added that bit to the mount command, but it made no difference.
> I believe I end up with 0755/0644, but do not hold me to that as I have
> simply verified it is not correct and that is all the checking I have done.
I think you'll find that is your default umask (more specifically,
your umask is 022, i.e., (7-0)(7-2)(7-2)=755)
It must be overriding. I'm not sure why this would be, though. Could
it be that '/' is mounted with an explicit permission setting that is
shadowing your mount settings?
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