[Samba] Why some user names are not resolved by 'getfacl' ?
nmingotti at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 07:41:15 UTC 2021
On 2/24/21 10:55 PM, Rowland penny via samba wrote:
> On 24/02/2021 21:43, Nicola Mingotti wrote:
>> Hi Rowloand,
>> I put here my files. Here is late, if you have any other request
>> I can send you other info tomorrow.
> It is late here as well 😁
>> It is the first time i see such a mess with getfacl.
>> Recently other unusual things happened.
>> For example today I added a user to a new group and I was not able to
>> see it from the NAS,
>> even after a reboot. I had to wait a few hours and all office employees
>> to go home to see the change propagated to the NAS.
> What OS and filesystem is running on the NAS ?
Good day Rowland, in office again ;)
My servers are all Debian 10.6. I had the rare opportunity of rebuilding
most the office computer network in a single step, so I made it uniform as
far as possible.
The DC/NAS is built as follows.
. There are two large servers for virtual machines. both a re Linux
In one there are VMware vmachines, in the other KVM.
. The DC is in a VMware virtual machine.
. The NAS is in a KVM virtual machine.
The reason for this is that the KVM let me access a physical disk
in the host, VMware doesn't. VMware machines were installed first.
. In the server containing the KVM vmachines
there is an hardware RAID-6 disk, which is then mounted only by
the KVM machine running the NAS.
I use only 1 filesystem for all the Linux boxes: ext4.
----- NAS : /etc/fstab (extract) ----------------
# -> this is the RAID-6
# mount disco /dev/vdb, corrispondente al fisico /dev/sdb
UUID="513fbb69-c147-41ce-87f1-8c1fa464c49b" /mnt/sambaShared ext4
defaults 0 2
# -> this is the QNAP
# monto directory per i backup, specifica per questo computer
//backup.borghi.lan/backupDisk /mnt/backupQNAP cifs
vers=1.0,credentials=/usr/local/etc/backupDisk.credentials 0 0
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