Re: [Samba] Using Access Control Lists with SMB2/SMB3 Mounts on Linux Clients
- Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2019 16:51:21 +0000
- From: "Kraus, Sebastian via samba" <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Using Access Control Lists with SMB2/SMB3 Mounts on Linux Clients
Thanks for the first reply, Jeremy.
What about the (future) implementation of RichACL?
Will there be any native Linux Client support along with the SMB2/SMB3 protocol?
I know, there is a native implemenation for RichACLs in ext4 FS.
Unfortunately, smbcals is not a native Linux ACL Tool and has a very unhandy syntax.
I just tested some days ago. ;-)
I am looking for a solution that allows the Linux Client to access the ACL via getfacl/setfacl, if
Thanks for your suggestions.
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From: Jeremy Allison <jra@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2019 17:03
To: Kraus, Sebastian
Subject: Re: [Samba] Using Access Control Lists with SMB2/SMB3 Mounts on Linux Clients
On Tue, Feb 26, 2019 at 03:05:12PM +0000, Kraus, Sebastian via samba wrote:
> Dear all,
> what is about the support for POSIX ACL in Samba protocol implementation of SMB2 and SMB3?
> From what I extracted from SNIA and SambaXP developer conference talks and as well as the official Samba Wiki,
> support for POSIX ACL in SMB2 and SMB3 has been completely abandonned. Am I right?
Yes. We're not planning to allow direct POSIX ACL access
> If so, is there any other possibility to allow Linux Clients to natively access access control lists
> (via NT Security Descriptor, NFSv4 ACL, CIFS ACL) under SMB2/SMB3 on commandline and/or from GUI applications?
smbcacls is the command line tool to do this against
an SMB server.
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