[Gluster-users] non-root owned files/dirs not shown
udo.waechter at uni-osnabrueck.de
Sat May 14 06:26:21 UTC 2011
On 13.05.2011, at 18:37, Whit Blauvelt wrote:
> On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 06:13:03PM +0200, Udo Waechter wrote:
>> Suppose we have ha user: user with group group (and additional groups group2)
>> If I create a directory:
>> test (with 0750) and user:group, everything is as expected.
> Note there's another, possibly related bug, as of 3.1.4 at least, also
> involving bad group permission handling. If user A has write permissions per
> the group setting for a file owned by user B (that is, both are in the same
> group, and the file is "660") then user A can open the file, but can't write
> to it after editing.
Hi, yes this bug hits us also.
We have a lot of "projects" and "working groups" we organize all of them via unix-groups and access permissions to their folders.
After using glusterfs for our VM-Infrastructure (some call it cloud), we migrated all old nfs-servers to gluster and instantly got hit by this bug.
Now, we needed to relax our directory permissions from 0770 (usually) to 0775, which is undesired.
Bad bug. It seems to me that this renders the POSIX-compatible feature of gluster void.
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