[Samba] Samba on ZFS
rpenny at samba.org
Wed Jan 12 14:05:29 UTC 2022
On Wed, 2022-01-12 at 07:44 -0600, Patrick Goetz via samba wrote:
> I'm about to deploy a Samba fileserver where the underlying
> on the data partition is ZFS, and someone on the zfsonlinux list got
> worried that there might be some problems with doing this (e.g.
> particularly when it comes to extended POSIX ACLs, which I use
> This lead me to this page:
> where I saw this: "This module follows the posix-acl behaviour and
> hence allows permission stealing via chown."
> I have no idea what permission stealing is, and when I tried to
> it, I just got references to this man page.
> Also, this "This module makes use of the smb.conf parameter acl map
> control = acl map full control. When set to yes ..."
> acl map full control = acl map full control ?
> Is that a typo? I would expect to see, for example
> acl map full control = yes
> or something like this.
> Finally, am I going to run into extended ACL issues by Samba sharing
Unless you are running Freebsd you can ignore the vfs_zfsacl module,
ZFS != zfsonlinux (aka ZOL). As far as I am aware ZOL uses ACL's in the
same way as ext4.
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