first, excuse-me for my bad english. Well, I've a little problem with my n8800+ and try to explain it:
My Thecus have the firmware 5.00.04 and I've installed the correct SSD and SYSUSER for FW 5.x I define a classic RAID 5 and a share named 'home' with 'Navigable' and 'Public' set to Yes. When I connect on the Thecus via SSH, my home is: >ls -ld /raid/1/data/home >drwxr-xr-x 1036 root domusers 28672 Mar 16 08:43 /raid1/data/home
I create the domusers group. When I look to /etc/fstab I don't see the mount point of my raid But the result of the mount command is: ... /dev/vg1/syslv on /raid1/sys type ext3 (rw,noatime,errors=continue,data=writeback) /dev/vg1/lv0 on /raid1/data type ext3 (rw,noatime,errors=continue,user_xattr,acl,data=writeback,usrquota,grpquota)
So I see my raid corresponding to my share 'home' and I see that the mount is with the acl option. Now my problem is I want to disable the acl option because it cause me troubles when I mount the share with nfs on my linux clients. My /etc/exports is: "/raid1/data/home" 172.21.0.247(rw,no_root_squash,sync,anonuid=99,anongid=99)
I think to edit the /etc/fstab but the mount is not here. Where are defined ?
Post by critinamori on Feb 25, 2012 19:21:44 GMT 7
When a subject requests an operation on an object in an ACL-based security model the operating system first checks the ACL for an applicable entry to decide whether the requested operation is authorized. A key issue in the definition of any ACL-based security model is determining how access control lists are edited, namely which users and processes are granted ACL-modification access. ACL models may be applied to collections of objects as well as to individual entities within the system's hierarchy.