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In my environment we are having two file servers(Linux).All of the clients are windows.Totally there are 8 shares.All of the shares are working good except one,that share consist of (tiff) files.The total size of this share is 100GB.the domain is the windows 2003 domain.linux server is acting like a member server in the windows domain.suppose if any user is trying to save the tiff file for the first time,there is no problem.suppose if he is trying to save that file after some time,the access is denied.the reason is readonly permission is set to the file.this is not happening regularly.then i have to manullay change the permission for that file.i have implemented
facl(file access control list) permission.for each individual group i have given the permission.here is a samba share i have configured it.
path = /data
writable = yes
browseable = yes
create mask = 0770
directory mask = 0770
force create mode = 0770
nt acl support = yes
locking = no
oplocks = no
I think there is some problem in file locking.I anybody knows about this plz mail me immediately.