Tue, 11 Mar 2003 11:15:07 +0100
Is it the order of the operations so important? To me it seems to be a
I make a little test, and I saw you are right. By first creating the
group with the users and then setting the ACL at the mount point
everything works. However, if I add later a new user into the group,
this new user will not get access to the volume!
Is this a bug or feature? :-) I mean, there is some kind reason to
justify this behavior that I cannot see?
Klaas Hagemann wrote:
> i think you did it the wrong way.
> You have a volume and a mount-point, /afs/.../grpg, right?
> Now you want to have 6 members having access on this volume/mount point.
> So first create a pts group:
> #pts creategroup <<group-name>>
> then, add these 6 users to the group
> #pts adduser nelsen <<group-name>>
> #pts adduser xxxxxx <<group-name>>
> then give this group full access rights on the volume:
> fs setacl /afs/../grpg <<group-name>> all
> It should work then, try it.
> Nelson Chamba schrieb:
> > Hello,
> > I got a problem with ACL.
> > I created new *vol (h.grpg.vol)* and i wanna give rights to 6
> > existent users.
> > 1 - I created a group and I gave full rights to all members.
> > 2 - I simply did: *(#fs setacl /afs/?/grpg nelson all, vasco all, xxxx
> > all, yyyy all)*
> > But when I get the token as *nelson* *or xxxxx *i can't create
> > a folder, add doc?s or make something there, a message saying:
> > *(M:\home\grpg is not accessible "Access Denied)** *appears.* *
> > What maybe the problem because when I list the ACL it tell me that I got
> > full rights so??..
> > There are some tricks???.
> > *Regards,*
> > **
> > *Nelson Chamba*
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