Description of problem:
since version 3.0.27a of samba there is a problem with deleting files from
windows clients in this cases. If the permission of a directory that is shared
has 770 and and the gid of this directory is the same as all users have, clients
(users) can read and create files in this directory (share) without problem.
But they cannot delete files in this directory. Also not if the same client
(user) has created it before. The permissions on linux and uid and gid are as
expected. If changing then the uid of the directory to that of the client,
deletion works. Also if setting permission of the directory to 772, deletion works.
Going back to 3.0.26a, which is in then base-repository (3.0.27 disappears), all
is working ok, like allways before.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
samba-3.0.27a and samba-3.0.28
Alway by switching between 3.0.28a (or 3.0.27a) and 3.0.26a releases.
Steps to Reproduce:
I see, that in the diff-file of the sourcecode, there are many changes for
"Check for POSIX group ACLs" to "Helper function that gets a security descriptor
by connection and file name". Maybe there is a problem, but i cannot find it,
because i dont understand everything there. I am not a professional in
programming C language.
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