Solved Recursively sharing ZFS datasets with CIFS

Zamana

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Hi!

The closest I got to the question I have was this thread, from a year and a half ago...

Consider this ZFS dataset structure:

Code:
/storage/data/a
/storage/data/b
/storage/data/c


I would like to tell to CIFS to share /storage/data, but this doesn't work. You need to share /storage/data/a, b and c explicitly.

Is there a way to make this share "recursive"?

How do you manage this in your environment?

A need CIFS because I have Windows Systems in my environment.
 

SirDice

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I would like to tell to CIFS to share /storage/data, but this doesn't work. You need to share /storage/data/a, b and c explicitly.
No, that's with NFS. For Samba you can simply share /storage/data and everything under it will be accessible (assuming the user actually has access to it).
 
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Zamana

Zamana

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Hi!

Yes. You are right. I guess I was doing something wrong.
My fault.

Thanks.
Regards.
 
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