Post by alexdavidson on Oct 23, 2008 16:23:06 GMT 7
From the release notes:
13. NFS share is limited to public folders. In case you enable an NFS share on non-public (ACL) folder, the NFS client could successfully mount it but won’t be able to read/write files.
Does this really mean that it's no longer possible to share an ACL-controlled Samba folder over NFS too?
We back up our important shares via NFS, mounting them as root to bypass security checking. Access is restricted to the backup server's IP only. The backup server is not on the Windows domain, so this is the only way to circumvent ACLs. It has write access for the purposes of restoring data too.