[Gluster-users] Changing the initial permission on a volume's root dir

RAGHAVENDRA TALUR raghavendra.talur at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 07:30:32 UTC 2015

On Sun, Feb 8, 2015 at 8:00 AM, Raghuram BK <ram at fractalio.com> wrote:

> Is there a way of setting the initial permissions on a volume's root dir
> on creation? I'm seeing a 755 on mine and that causes write permission
> problems for anyone other than the owner when done through samba.. There
> seems to be an option the set the owner uid and gid but nothing for the
> create mask..
> Currently no. What you can do is mount as root over fuse and change the
permissions for root dir OR create directories under root for various
requirements and change permissions on them again using fuse mount.
*Raghavendra Talur *
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