x3550 ServeRAID-8k and FBSD 7, group limit
yury.michurin at gmail.com
Sun Sep 14 17:20:15 UTC 2008
I've looked into it, but i don't seems to understand if the the files
inherit the properties...
lets say if i have
i set ACL for it, does files in it inherit the dir's ACL or i need to set it
manually for each one?
as it seems to me, i do, and it does not solve my problem ;\
since, lets say user1 uploads his files with sftp, i need then set somehow
manually the ACL for user 'www' to read the files.
On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 8:12 PM, Diego F. Arias R. <dak.col at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 11:59 AM, Yury Michurin <yury.michurin at gmail.com>
> > First of all thank you for the replay =)
> > You have any idea what other alternatives I have for the group limit?
> > I want to implement a webserver that running under www/www, and can read
> > directory of user1/user1 (user/group)
> > by adding www to user1's group, so far so good, except the group limit =)
> > On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 2:47 PM, Ivan Voras <ivoras at freebsd.org> wrote:
> >> Yury Michurin wrote:
> >> > We are currently considering to purchase IBM x3550 with ServeRAID-8k,
> >> > order to run FreeBSD 7 with RAID5,
> >> > but it is very unclear from what I've saw on the Internet, whether the
> >> > driver support on FreeBSD is stable enough for production use,
> >> I've never had problems with it, and I didn't heard of any serious
> >> problems others had.
> >> > and I've left with many questions unanswered, with which I hope you'll
> >> > kind to help me =)
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > 1. Is FreeBSD supports the device right after install or I need to
> >> recompile
> >> > the kernel?
> >> It's available by default. This is the aac driver:
> >> http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?aac
> >> > 2. Is tools for manage the RAID available? If no, how you rebuild the
> >> array
> >> > on drive failure (and how to detect it)?
> >> You can use the aaccli management tool :
> >> http://www.freshports.org/sysutils/aaccli/
> >> > I've just remember i had another unanswered question, not related to
> >> x3550:
> >> > 3. When I've used FreeBSD 6.2, it had a limitation, that a user can be
> >> > member only of N groups (don't remember exactly, i think N = 15),
> >> > however i couldn't find any official documentation of that issue, nor
> >> it
> >> > still exists in FBSD 7, so is it? =)
> >> It still exists and AFAIK it won't be changed soon because of the need
> >> to support NFS. You could try raising the issue again on the
> current at list.
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> Maybe ACLs
> mmm, interesante.....
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