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Description of problem:
If I have a directory in a tmpfs partition, and the gid bit is set, files
created in this directory will still have the user's default group rather than
the group of the directory.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. mkdir /mnt/tmpfs/some_dir
2. chgrp other_group /mnt/tmpfs/some_dir
3. chmod g+s /mnt/tmpfs/some_dir
4. touch /mnt/tmpfs/some_dir/a_file
5. ls -l /mnt/tmpfs/some_dir/a_file
Actual Results: The /mnt/tmpfs/some_dir/a_file is owned by my_group.
Expected Results: The /mnt/tmpfs/some_dir/a_file should be owned by other_group.
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