[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#525321: Bug#525321: samba: "force create mode" option no longer works
bubulle at debian.org
Thu Apr 23 21:47:29 UTC 2009
Quoting me at nikosapi.org (me at nikosapi.org):
> Package: samba
> Version: 2:3.2.5-4lenny2
> Severity: normal
> After upgrading to lenny (from etch) it seems that the "force create mode"
> option no longer works. However, if I downgrade samba to 3.0.24-6etch10 the
> option works as it should. Here's an example:
> nikosapi at kubuntubox:~$ touch testfile; chmod 600 testfile
> nikosapi at kubuntubox:~$ mv testfile /mnt/smb/archives/
> teh-server:~# ls -l /mnt/md1/archives/testfile
> -rw------- 1 samba samba 0 2009-04-23 11:23 /mnt/md1/archives/testfile
> When using the older version of samba, the permissions of that file would
> have been -rw-rw-r-- which is consistent with what I have in my config file.
What happens when you copy the file ?
I see the same behaviour than the one you see, with 3.3.3. However,
copying the file ends up with the right permissions.
I'm not entirely sure that what you see is a bug, actually. After all,
when moving a file, you expect permissions to remain as they are.
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