Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hello all, I am attempting to use acl support with drbd. So far I haven't been able to get the acl's to failover properly. (At least I think that's the problem-if there is some other reason that you know of please let me know). Setup: 2 x SLES 8 Servers 2 x drbd version: 0.7.4, setup with heartbeat to start smb, nmb, winbind 2 x samba Version 3.0.5 setup for SuSE by SerNet-UL, using winbind 2 x xfs with acl support enabled. 2 x kernel 2.4.21-251-default Everything works fine on the machine where the document is created. When failover occurs the document goes to read only. This happens whether the document is opened or closed at failover. Is there some documentation somewhere on this? Or is it even possible? Thanks for your help. John ------------------------------ Message: 7 Date: Sat, 09 Oct 2004 04:07:48 +0200 From: Alexander Opitz <opi at le-bit.de> Subject: Re: [DRBD-user] acl support with drbd To: drbd-user at lists.linbit.com Message-ID: <ck7gi3$atj$1 at sea.gmane.org> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Hi, IMHO the acl's are handled by the file system (in your case xfs) and not by the underlaying block device. Maybe ask on linux-ha.org or the xfs team. Greetings Alex// ------------------------------ _______________________________________________ drbd-user mailing list drbd-user at lists.linbit.com http://lists.linbit.com/mailman/listinfo/drbd-user End of drbd-user Digest, Vol 3, Issue 10 **************************************** Alex, That is correct how the acl's are handled. However I have set up the acl's to match on both machines. Still, no matter how I setup samba, ha, drbd or any of the other applications, when fail over occurs they still come up as read only. I don't know if there is something in the code with drbd or samba that won't allow the acl's to come over properly. That may be a question that one of the drbd developer's can answer. Beyond that all of the applications function admirably. Regards, John