[Samba] nfs mount disables AD permissions
jra at samba.org
Thu May 31 10:20:51 MDT 2012
On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 10:17:16AM +0200, François Moyson wrote:
> The problem I was facing before, permissions being reset and not
> changeable using windows explorer security tab
> was in fact triggered by the command "mount -t nfs
> 192.168.1.91:/mnt/raid1SAS /mnt/raid1SAS"
> So it seems that whenever I mount an nfs share (which doesn't seem
> to support the extended attributes), then
> for some reason the extended attributes of all other files in the
> system are disabled too, that goes for the samba shares too.
> Therefore I cannot mount an nfs share without the consequence of
> disabling all of the AD permissions on the samba share.
> Would there be a way to fix that, is it a normal behaviour ?
Is the Samba share exporting /mnt/raid1SAS ? If so, then
yes, the underlying file system needs working xattrs.
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