[Gluster-users] mountpoint permissions changing by themselves

Elbert Lai elbert.lai at eng.admob.com
Tue Nov 11 23:06:34 UTC 2008

Actually, that's 666, not 444.


On Nov 11, 2008, at 2:36 PM, Elbert Lai wrote:

> Hi,
> We've been using an AFR configuration of gluster where there are a few
> gluster servers and many gluster clients. We've noticed that recently,
> the permissions on the mount point from the client's perspective
> occasionally change to 444. There's no evidence of sudo or chmod
> activity in system logs, and cron.d, cron.daily, logrotate.d all come
> up clean as well, which is a good thing. We've been trying to track
> down any rogue scripts, but it's worth checking out if there are
> circumstances in which gluster might change the permissions of its
> mountpoint.
> When the permissions do change to 444 on the mountpoint, they also
> change on /var/gluster/ns to match (as expected).
> Anyone seen this on a gluster environment before?
> Thanks,
> -elb-
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