[Samba] POSIX vs. Windows ACLs
gaio at lilliput.linux.it
Wed Nov 3 16:37:19 UTC 2021
Mandi! Patrick Goetz via samba
In chel di` si favelave...
I'm using POSIX ACL, and as Jeremy say, permission works; i've only code
some script to 'sanitize' permissione to prevent bed behaviour (eg, in 'ugo'
permsision 'g' is also the default mask for applying ACL, so you have to
set explicitly the mask or set 'g' to '7').
Only a note:
> Currently the linux systems access files through NFS mounts, so no hope
But consider also that NFSv3 have a limited amount of POSIX ACL that can
manage (the protocol have a limited 'room' for ACL, so if you set very
complex ACL on some object, you could have 'truncated' ACL n nfs mounted
You can switch to NFSv4, but ACL are different things (rather still
supported by samba).
Currently i'm using CIFS also in UNIX...
The number of UNIX installations has grown to 10, with more expected.
(_The UNIX Programmer's Manual_, Second Edition, June 1972)
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