[Samba] samba share permission
charles.tryon at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 12:18:28 MST 2012
You say you are talking about an NFS share. Are your users on Windows or
Linux? Of course, if you really are using NFS, then the Samba config isn't
going to control that.
On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 4:03 PM, mmmm tung <mmmmtung at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> i am very new to samba and have run into an issue with setting up
> directory/file permissions.
> i have a nfs share on redhat 6 linux server that a group of users will
> share. basically each user will run their own respective jobs and save the
> logs in this share.
> my issue is that all of the users are able to delete each others files,
> which i do not want
> can somebody please help me setup right smb.conf policy so that only the
> file creator can delete the file.
> curently i am playing with these settings ( which do not work)
> path = /nfsshare/raw
> browseable = no
> writable = yes
> printable = no
> create mask = 700
> force group = raw
> force create mode = 700
> security mask = 000
> force security mode = 700
> force directory mode = 700
> directory mask = 700
> directory security mask = 000
> force directory security mode = 700
> really appreciate, i f somebody can help
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