[Linux-cluster] GFS2 + ACL + SGID...

SATHYA - IT sathyanarayanan.varadharajan at precisionit.co.in
Fri Dec 16 13:01:42 UTC 2011



We had configured a clustered file server with (samba + ctdb + gfs2). GFS2
partition is mounted with ACL option. When we create a folder in GFS2
partition, irrespective of user being provided with full permission for the
folder via ACL, the user is not able to delete or rename the folder created
by him.


Please find the example:


Folder path: /test/abc/

Permission for /test is rwxrwx---+ 

Permission for /test/abc is rwxrws---+

For abc user been provided with full permission.. Where we were able to find
the permission thro' getfacl command.


Now the user is able to created folder inside the abc folder. But not able
to rename / delete the folder which he created. Can anyone kindly assist on




Sathya Narayanan V

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