[Samba] can not read file permissions via samba over gpfs
david.peer at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 05:37:09 MDT 2009
Thanks for all your help and I'm sorry if I'm being a nag, but I have to
check all my options before moving on using nfsv4 authorization.
I quickly setup a test server with the same configuration like on my prod
environment, and I found that if remove gpfs module from the "vfs object"
option line, I can see the permissions and get the proper permissions from
the acls entries. (just like in example I sent at the begging)
If this resolves my problem, is there a reason why not using this solution?
It also don't come up with what you wrote before which totally make sense to
On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 2:10 PM, Volker Lendecke
<Volker.Lendecke at sernet.de>wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 02:01:43PM +0300, David wrote:
> > So how can I resolve this issue?
> Add code to the gpfs module to also deal properly with posix
> acls :-)
> > How come I can't see this behavior on non gpfs shares?
> Because other file systems don't need the special API calls
> to get/set acls.
> > The only thing I can think off is to: changes gpfs filesystem
> > to nfsv4 or all(posix and nfsv4), and change samba configuration
> > I don't have any nfsv4 clients, only Linux, MacOsx and windows XP which
> > nfsv3 and smb.
> Yes, NFSv4 acls would be one way to go. This is completely
> independent of whether you actually use NFSv4 as a protocol,
> those ACLs are a file system thing and not primarily a
> protocol thing.
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