Re: continued acl problems
- Date: Sat, 8 Sep 2018 00:26:35 +0300
- From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: continued acl problems
Greetings, L A Walsh!
> In all of these cases it appears that the problem is with directories.
> At first thought it was related to presence of 'TRUSTED USER'
> But I saw some 'flakeyness' on domain ID's,
> where I saw it display the correct text for them,
> but scrolling down to look for problems, and back up had the
> permissions dialog showing the raw numbers for my domain ID's, but
> scrolling again showed them as Domain\ID.
Do you have cygserver running?
> So that's something to consider -- if there is a momentary flake
> in the resolution, it might cause a prob....just tried those files
> again. the "tmp/05" and "tmp/51..."
> No errors.
> Did something else change besides these probs you looked at?
> I have to stress...I've never seen the Cannot_acl_to_text
> message before my reporting it a week or so ago....
> saw instances in use of 'tar' and 'rsync' at this point.
> I have seen similar messages out of rsync copying from a windows
> dir to a samba dir -- I figured local ID didn't exist on the
> remote samba dir.
> But have never seen it going between win-directories on the same
> machine...that's the new "problem", with current symptoms seeming
> to be limited to directories (maybe due to 2 acls)...
> Have never had these msgs going from win<->win on same
With best regards,
Saturday, September 8, 2018 0:25:37
Sorry for my terrible english...
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