[Samba] Proper unix ownership/Permissions for top level share

Danilo Mussolini danilo at mdotti.com
Tue Jun 3 09:51:51 MDT 2014

As far as I know, ZFS on Linux still doesn't support ACL.

On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 11:50 AM, JD Daniels <jd at internetguys.ca> wrote:

> I am using zfs on linux to store my file shares on. When I create a new
> file system, they have the following permissions:
> [root at server ~]# zfs create tank/testsystem
> [root at server ~]# ls -Al /tank
> drwxrwxrwx+  10 root    root   27 Jun  2 20:10 Software
> drwxr-xr-x    2 root    root    2 Jun  3 07:43 testsystem
> At this point, if I use the rsat and attempt to set ACL, I get permission
> denied. adding rwx to everyone, as the "software" system shows above, then
> the rsat work as expected (and i get the + indicating ACL has been set.)
> However, having my root folder sitting with rwx is rubbing me the wrong
> way - I don't think that is how it should be.
> Could someone elucidate for me what the proper unix ownership/permissions
> should be for my top level shares? Is there a set of acls I can apply on
> the unix side as part of my file system creation?
> I am using Samba 4.1.7 previsioned as a primary domain controller (Active
> directory, not NT style)
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> JD Daniels
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