Samba File Sharing
We are running on a Novell Network for file and printer sharing.
We are wanting to replace the Novell piece with Linux/Samba.
I was able to successfully set up two XP Pro clients in a Linux/Samba/PDC environment.
I have also set up a printer share and can set up printers in Linux/Samba.
My last question is regarding file sharing:
In Novell when a file is deleted, we can see who deleted it and recover the deleted file.
How does this process work in Linux/Samba? Can you see the client/user who deleted the file and then easily recover it?
I have searched far and wide and have not found a clean answer to these questions.
Any help would be appreciated....
samba has such does not log this kind of information. What it does is merely (I'm not a samba expert) to deal with the underlying filesystem.
If your network user name is matched with an unique unix account and if you use a journaled filesystem, you may have a log of who did what.
I guess that you won't be able to recover the deleted file directly.
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