[rescue] ZFS puzzle migrating from Solaris 10 to 11
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Sat Jul 29 12:15:39 CDT 2017
disclaimer - I don't have any smb experience here, this comment is solely from
My understanding was that Samba was not necessary with Solaris 11.
I had though that smb file support was built into the kernel, just like NFS.
Just wondering if Samba provides something that the native OS (Sol 11) doesn't?
On 07/29/17 02:34 AM, David Brownlee wrote:
> On 28 Jul 2017 8:58 p.m., "Phil Stracchino" <phils at caerllewys.net> wrote:
> On 07/28/17 14:17, Phil Stracchino wrote:
>> The Win10 box mounts rpool/home as an SMB share, and gets rpool/data via
>> the symlink /home/$user/data. This works on 10u9 but NOT on 11.3. In
>> both cases, Samba preferences for the HOMES share are set to follow
>> symlinks. I see no differences in the SMB settings.
> ...And I think I found the answer. On Solaris 10, SMB sharing follows
> symbolic links that cross filesystems. On Solaris 11, it does not.
> I'm going to have to do this a different way on 11.3
> I think that's a samba configuration option - is it possible that 11.3 has
> a different default (either in config or by running a different samba
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