On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 02:06:36PM -0700, Brian McGrew wrote:
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> On 4/24/08 11:53 AM, "Jeremy Allison" wrote:
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> > On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 10:53:58AM -0700, Brian D. McGrew wrote:
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> >> A couple of my users use Solidworks which creates temp files that look like

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> >> ~$drawing_name.sldrw in the directory that theyıre opened in.

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> >> Iıve changed permissions till Iım blue in the face and can not get this

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> >> program to clean up itıs temp files. Whenever a user goes back into a

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> >> drawing they get permission denied on the temp files. This problem does not

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> >> happen when the files are hosted on a genuine Windows server.

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> >> What should I go look at?

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> > Can you get a comparatve wireshark trace of app vs. Samba and app
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> > vs. Windows server ?

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> I can't really do a wireshark test right now, but I'll to configure one
> tomorrow or something. What I do know is that the Unix permissions on the
> files that can't be deleted from/by Windows are -rw-rwxrw-+
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> Did I miss something here??? I'd rather see them 777 than something like
> that??? What is the + at the end??? How can I just force Samba to make the
> permissions 777?


The + means a POSIX ACL has been set on the file. What version
of Samba are you using ? We had a bug that was fixed in 3.0.28a
w.r.t. inherited permissions that might explain this.

Jeremy.
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