RE: Cifs Nightmares

Added by John Smith over 2 years ago

Nevermind. I was having major issues configuring a simple mixed access cifs/nfs share with a workgroup. Not very user friendly from the GUI.

Between cifs/zfs default unix user, umask, ACLs, idmap workgroup pain, I've got it set up via CLI The Solaris smb server cifs/nfs mixed mode access stuff is a bloody painful after having dealt extensively with Celerras, Ontap, and Samba. Those chmod commands are about as convoluted as it gets.

Cheers,

-J


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RE: RE: Cifs Nightmares - Added by Linda Kateley over 2 years ago

We have found that it is easier if you try and config user and perms from the client side. Just an fyi

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