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  1. K

    Clone shared directories to FreeNAS, including ACLs

    Hi, we are trying to migrate all shared directories (each one has different ACLs) from a box to a new FreeNAS box. As they are too many and we also need to set the same ACLs, I was wondering if maybe is there some method to do that. For instance, let's say we have: \\ARES (including the...
  2. F

    Prevent an SMB share to show to all users

    Hi, I am new to FreeNAS but I tried to read everything about ACL's and whatnot. I did the following to prevent the contents of a share to be accessible by everyone (except group and owner): setfacl -b theshare chmod 0770 theshare This did the trick, and now only the owner is able to mount the...
  3. U

    FreeNAS-11.1-U6 Incorrect Permissions for SMB share

    I have a FreeNAS share that I use for storing torrent downloads from a dedicated windows machine. The torrent machine has its own login and user on FreeNAS, called torrent. Every time I try to delete a folder in the completed directory from my workstation, I get this The problem is that the...
  4. S

    Samba vfs_zfsacl: should I set acedup="dontcare", or leave at default "merge"?

    The two relevant parameters of the acedup property are described in the samba docs as follows: This parameter configures how Samba handles duplicate ACEs encountered in ZFS ACLs. ZFS allows/creates duplicate ACE for different bits for same ID. dontcare (default) - copy the ACEs as they come...
  5. S

    getfacl says my unprivileged account should be able to read the contents of a dir, but it can't?

    I'm probably missing something glaringly obvious..... but I can't see it. The ACLs say I can list the contents of a directory in my pool, but I can't. I just can't see what it could be. Until I can fix this, I can't let other users access the file server so it's quite 'in the way'. Help very...
  6. S

    Difficulty setting ACLs on the .zfs directory?

    I have a Samba share with ACLs used to control access to the files. There are two groups - let's call them "ordinary" and "admin" users - I want the admin users to be able to see and browse certain old snapshots, which I've set to be shown by default in ZFS properties, and removed from veto...
  7. Simon Pierre Desrosiers

    vfs options for async and acls

    Hello, I am looking for better information on vfs options for async IO and acls. In the documentation for freenas 11.1, there are a two options for aio : aio_pthread and aio_fork. The first one seems to be gone in the latest freenas I installed yesterday. Can anyone explain the difference...
  8. S

    Making ACLs and nested datasets work as expected, in the context of snapshots and Samba shares?

    This is a complex area where 4 FreeNAS subsystems overlap - ACLs, ZFS pool structure, ZFS snapshots, and Samba shares. I know what I'd hope to be the expected behaviour, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't work that way. I'm posting this to get a good understanding how it does work, and to learn what...
  9. E

    SMB with Windows ACLs + Syncthing : permission denied

    Hello everyone, I'm having trouble to correctly set up permissions on SMB shares also used, on host, by Syncthing. I read the documentation, I watched the two videos by m0nkey and searched on the forum. But I cannot wrap my mind about how to set permissions to get everything working. Syncthing...
  10. S

    Trying to tighten up server perms, what ACLs are actually needed?

    I'm using FreeNAS 11.0-U2 on good hardware (SM, ECC, Xeon v3), clean installed at 9.10.2, never modded outside the GUI, and nothing running except basics (SMB, SSH, iSCSI). The SMB clients are mostly Windows. From my desktop, there's a laptop and the server, both offering file shares. I can...
  11. anodos

    Methods For Fine-Tuning Samba Permissions

    Caveat: This is a work-in-progress Correctly setting permissions on any server requires care and planning. In the case of Samba servers this becomes even more important for the server administrator because he or she has to understand the differences between Windows and Unix permissions models...
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