[Samba] FreeBSD/ZFS/S3FS usage and development questions
jmaloney at pcbsd.org
Sun Mar 2 01:42:13 MST 2014
I've discovered that ntacl sysvolreset not working is not what is stopping
group policy from functioning on this setup I mentioned above. When
creating a group policy I was getting the message "a device to attached to
the system was not function in windows". Then I noticed the following in
log.smbd. Does this message below mean anything to anyone?
[2014/03/02 02:28:51.186668, 0] ../lib/util/talloc_stack.c:104(talloc_pop)
Freed frame ../source3/smbd/process.c:3623, expected
On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 5:02 PM, Jeremy Allison <jra at samba.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 11:30:15PM -0600, Joe Maloney wrote:
> > I've noticed that the samba-tool ntacl sysvolreset --use-s3fs command
> > not work on a ZFS filesystem on FreeBSD. It does work if sysvol is moved
> > to a volume that is able to be mounted with the acls flag.
> > I will reference a ticket I started with FreeNAS here:
> > https://bugs.freenas.org/issues/4351
> > As of version 188.8.131.52 s3fs is now the default using the workaround known
> > for FreeBSD.
> > It seems to work well for the most part and things like smbstatus work.
> > However I've noticed the inability to create any group policy objects.
> > I started thinking about the sysvolreset command.
> > Am I correct in thinking that as suggested early without running
> > ntacl sysvolreset the conversion from ntvfs to s3fs after an initial
> > provision with ntvfs would not be fully complete?
> > I also suggested this as maybe a good starting point for fixing the
> > reset command with ZFS. Is this the correct file?
> Yes, that looks right.
> > Is it possible to simply disable the hard requirements for POSIX acls or
> > bypass the check in some way? Or are POSIX acls somehow essential to
> > setting the permissions to begin with using the python scripts?
> POSIX ACLs aren't required for this, it's just that
> they are the tested environment most of the Team
> is working within. ZFS ACLs should be an acceptable
> (and easier) replacement.
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