OpenSolaris cifs/smb server – configuring ACL’s on shares – Part 2

I have done most of the explaining in another post on how the permissions work with a zfs cifs share – link here.

In this post I’m going to show an example of how to add multiple groups / users to a specific folder. Which then recursively adds its ACL”s to any child objects. Its essentially like the other commands i used, but with an extra line per user or group you want to configure; 

chmod -R A=\

owner@:full_set:d:allow,\

owner@:full_set:f:allow,\

user:lisa:full_set:d:allow,\

user:lisa:full_set:f:allow,\

everyone@:rxaARWcs:d:allow,\

everyone@:raARWcs:f:allow \

/protected/

The above command gives the owner and the user “lisa” full permissions, the everybody else group has read only access. If you want to add a group then just use group: instead of user: at the start.

This gives full access to myself and list, but deny’s access to everyone else; 

chmod -R A=\

owner@:full_set:d:allow,\

owner@:full_set:f:allow,\

user:daz:full_set:d:allow,\

user:daz:full_set:f:allow,\

user:lisa:full_set:d:allow,\

user:lisa:full_set:f:allow,\

everyone@:full_set:d:deny,\

everyone@:full_set:f:deny \

/protected/photos/

Done.

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