[Samba] Fwd: Users cannot rename/delete files on Samba share
cnighswonger at foundations.edu
Thu Jun 27 08:00:15 MDT 2013
I'm starting a new thread because the issue now is different from the
one I was originally experiencing.
Here are two level 10 debug logs one from each of two servers:
Each has a test share setup like this:
chgrp -R staff-faculty /test
chmod 0770 /test
chmod g+s /test
setfacl -m g::rwx /test
path = /test
read only = no
inherit acls = yes
inherit permissions = yes
DC.log is from a Samba domain controller running 3.6.9. This test
share works as expected. Members of the staff-faculty group can
create/modify/delete/rename files regardless of user ownership in the
test share on this server.
FS.log is from a Samba domain member server now running 3.6.9. This
test share does not quite work. Members of the staff-faculty group can
create/modify files regardless of user ownership but cannot
delete/rename files regardless of user ownership.
FWIW, I have yet another Samba member server (PS) running 3.4.7 which
does not normally have shares. I have set up a test share on it
configured exactly the same as the two above mentioned servers. This
share behaves as expected (same as DC). Furthermore, PS is configured
exactly as FS with the exception of server name and shares.
The DC runs over an ldap backend and getent passwd and group behave as
expected on all Samba servers.
So any ideas on why the share on FS does not function as expected?
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