On Mar 9, 2007, at 3:11 PM, Troy Schultz wrote:
I am running FreeBSD 6.2.
I am currently mounting a smb share and then remounting the smb mount
into a jail with nullfs.
# smbfs mount
//<user>@<servername>/<share> /path/to/smb/mount smbfs rw 0 0
# local mount
/path/to/smb/mount /path/to/jail/directory nullfs rw,late 0 0
The main reason I am using this jail is for a webserver and I need
the web developer be able to write to this samba share
I originally tried mounting in fstab the smb share like this
//<user>@<servername>/<share> /path/to/smb/mount smbfs rw,uid=www 0
however, this did not work so I ended up making the share point
owned by the
user and group www this took care of it but I was wondering if
there was a
better way to do this as far as passing through to a jail and maybe
the uid to actually work from within the fstab file.
Any suggestions would be welcomed.
I don't do this with smb but do do it with nfs. I don't know about
uid with smb but I just mount it on the base server inside the jails
path. Add the UID with no login capability to the base machine
password file and then you can probably set uid in the base server as
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