[Samba] Problem mapping extended acls with sssd and samba
edeaoinfor at gmail.com
Tue Mar 21 02:05:46 UTC 2017
I was able to solve the problem. The system was using the libwbclient
library of the samba package. I just did the following:
Yum install sssd-libwbclient
Set this new library installed with default on the system:
Alternatives --set libwbclient.so.0.12-64
And restart the smbd and sssd daemons:
Systemctl restart sssd smbd
Now I can set the permissions of ACLs extended by windows explorer and the
mapping is applied.
2017-03-19 18:36 GMT-03:00 edson <edeaoinfor at gmail.com>:
> First of all, thank you.
> Yes. I'm sure sssd is running 100%.
> The documentation of the link that passed me served as a basis to
> I'll follow your advice and I'll ask you on the sssd user list.
> Even so, I hope someone else who went through the same score answers here.
> Thank you all.
> 2017-03-19 18:16 GMT-03:00 Rowland Penny via samba <samba at lists.samba.org>
>> On Sun, 19 Mar 2017 18:03:34 -0300
>> edson <edeaoinfor at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Thanks for the answer.
>> > But even removing the write list parameter, the problem persists.
>> > Excuse me. But the sssd service is working perfectly, and I see no
>> > reason to ask for help on the sssd user list.
>> Are you 100% sure this has nothing to do sssd ?
>> > One important information is that when I apply the ACLs using the
>> > setfacl command the mapping is done and the permissions are applied.
>> > But when I use windows explorer the ACLs permissions are not applied.
>> This could still be down to sssd, but have you looked here:
>> If, after following that, it still doesn't work, then try the sssd
>> list, this may be something they have come across before.
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> Edson de Abreu Oliveira
Edson de Abreu Oliveira
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