[Gluster-users] mount with -o suid
luke at schierer.org
Sat Oct 11 23:06:37 UTC 2008
On Sat, Oct 11, 2008 at 02:07:53PM -0700, Keith Freedman wrote:
> At 07:16 AM 10/11/2008, Luke Schierer wrote:
>> I am trying to use glusterfs for a shared /home directory across a few
>> servers. I wanted to enable the ability for binaries to be set suid
>> because I'd like to be able to have an ikiwiki instance managing part
>> of my webpage. I've tried putting "suid" in the options section of
>> fstab, and I have googled a fair amount looking for a way to get this
>> to work without luck. It looks as though glusterfs does not support
>> mount options.
>> Am I missing something? If not, are there plans to support mounting
>> with the suid option?
> it's not gluster, it's fuse that's doing the actual mounting I believe.
> check /etc/udev/rules.d/99-fuse.rules
> I don't really know what any of that stuff does but my guess is it's
> where you need to start looking to solve this problem.
I looked at fuse originally, but I am able to mount an sshfs file
system with suid enabled, so I decided that it must be something in
gluster and not in fuse.
Plus, my debian lenny system does not have a fuse file in /etc/udev.
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