On 18/06/12 13:01, rfs wrote:
Hi Steve, i think you could do this with a 'force group' directive in the share. [reports] comment = reports path = /sambashares/reports/ browseable = yes public = no writable = yes # force user = ntadmin # following line should force the group ownership force group = staff directory mask = 0770 create mask = 0660 write list = ntadmin @staff root regards, rfs
Hi and thanks for the suggestion.That works fine with the s3 smbd filesever. Unfortunately, s3fs doesn't support that syntax right now. I'm sure it's only a matter of time though.
I wonder why the g+s on the underlying (ext4 with acl and user_xattr) filesystem doesn't do it?
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