[Samba] Users can't access files on shares
thomas-lists at nybeta.com
Mon Jan 20 05:49:45 MST 2014
On 1/20/2014 4:01 AM, Benjamin Budts wrote:
> Is there a way to see fs attributes once it's been mounted ?
My preferred method whenever touching /etc/fstab is to:
# mount -fav
And look for errors. The "-a" is for all file systems, "-v" is verbose,
and "-f" is for "fake" (don't do anything). It's a good way to check
that the box will come back up properly after a reboot.
After fixing /etc/fstab, you can:
- Stop the Samba4 service(s)
- umount /path/to/filesystem
- mount /path/to/filesystem
- Start the Samba4 service(s)
Or as you found:
mount -o remount,rw,noatime,user_xattr,acl /path/to/filesystem
I suggest stopping Samba4 before changing mount options. It may not be
100% necessary, but better safe then sorry.
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