[Gluster-users] help, chmod g+s FOLDER doesn't make sense under glusterfs

Keith Freedman freedman at FreeFormIT.com
Tue Aug 26 04:56:41 UTC 2008

I ran into a similar problem.  I use XFS on the back end.  I modified:
changed the mode to 0666

this seemed to solve the problem.

At 09:24 PM 8/25/2008, Dai, Manhong wrote:
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>It is XFS
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>To: Dai, Manhong
>Cc: Raghavendra G; gluster-users at gluster.org
>Subject: Re: [Gluster-users] help, chmod g+s FOLDER doesn't make 
>sense under glusterfs
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> >
> >         I would hope that glusterfs can set the file's group id to the mode
> > of the
> > parent directory(if it has a set group id). This feature is very useful for
> > group sharing. Let me show an example here.
> >
>  which is your backend filesystem?
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