The Samba-Bugzilla – Bug 3194
Incorrectly handling AFS ACLs
Last modified: 2005-10-24 09:13:21 UTC
Samba is enforcing unix permissions on AFS shares. If I attempt to create/modify/delete files on an AFS
share through samba I get "Cannot delete Document: Access is denied." error message. If I attempt to
delete the file through unix it works fine.
Samba is generating my AFS token correctly, I have the ACLs configured so no one but me has access my
If I change the directory ownership or unix permission then I can modify the directory.
This setup did work in earlier samba version such as 3.0.11.
Can you try setting "acl check permissions = False". This may fix this specific
Please try to set 'vfs objects = afsacl' in your afs share.
I will upgrade to 3.0.20b and try the acl check permissions = false which sounds like it might do what I
I did add the afsacl module and it reports the correct information, but still doesn't give me correct
access to the files.
3.0.20b with the acl check permission = false works great. Thanks!