[Gluster-users] webdav and os x
raghavendra at gluster.com
Thu Apr 1 04:50:37 UTC 2010
Seems like you are trying to re-export glusterfs using Samba (as CIFS). I
think CIFS relies on POSIX Acls to implement permissions. Glusterfs does not
provide ACL support (yet). This may be the cause of your problems.
On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 6:18 PM, Dean Bruhn <deanbruhn at gmail.com> wrote:
> The server doesn't provide any logs for the issue at least through the
> admin console and I don't have shell access as it is platform not glusterfs.
> With OS X I can provide more issue but I will have to bring the cluster back
> up. I broke the cluster trying to test the restore functionality and never
> brought it back up after that. It purely comes down to a permissions issue
> at this point thought. I can from the command line create a file on the NFS
> share but am unable to in Finder copy files to or from the NFS share. In
> finder if I try and access the files I have other issues also.
> Ok since i needed to bring it up I just did to recreate the issues.
> From the finder when trying to copy a file to the share (CIFS) I get an
> error that says "The Finder can't complete the operation because some data
> is "export-20100324(2).tar.bz can't be read or written. (Error code -36)".
> Additionally when I try and copy a file it will create the stub of the file,
> but wont actually copy the data.
> If I copy the file using the command line it copies without any issue. I
> can also copy a file off of the share without issue.
> From the Finder when I do a "Get Info" to look at the sharing & permissions
> settings it states that I have unknown access.
> From the finder and from the command line I am able to create directories.
> Additionally sometimes even from the command line when I am trying to copy
> a file I get and error on the command line that states. "cp: filename: could
> not copy extended attributes to /path/to/mount/path/to/file/filename:
> Input/Output error" OS X in version 10.5 dramatically changed the way they
> were handling their extended attributes, so I am not sure if the issue
> exists before 10.5 or not. In 10.5 they had to make a bunch of changes so
> they could become a certified unix platform.
> I have attached the system log from the client machine that shows the
> Let me know how else I can help you.
> - Dean
> On Mar 30, 2010, at 11:11 PM, Raghavendra G wrote:
> Hi Dean,
> Can you give more specific test cases (as in exact sequence of commands),
> which we can use to reproduce the issue? We would also need client and
> server log files when you are facing this issue. Please attach the entire
> client and server log files.
> On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 11:10 PM, Dean Bruhn <deanbruhn at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is WebDAV support broken in 3.0.3?
>> I have a couple of OS X users that have issues with extended attributes
>> where they can mount the NFS and CIFS shares but are unable to work with the
>> file from a system level. I am able to create new files in the file system
>> but unable to modify or move files to the file system. There are a bunch of
>> other issues surrounding it also. I am wondering if there is a trick to
>> making this work or if its something being addressed for the future.
>> - Dean
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> Raghavendra G
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