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Directory/file created on NFSv4 mounted file system with inherited ACE may result in mode bits of the directory/file set to 0000

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Applies to

  • Unix/Linux client
  • NFSv4.0
  • Clustered Data ONTAP 9.x till 9.3 P9

Issue

  • When creating a directory or a file on an NFSv4 mounted file system where the parent directory has an inheritable ACE (Access Control Entry), the directory or file may be created with the appropriate ACE but with the mode bits set to 0000. This is more likely to occur on a system that is busy.
  • This can cause access issues for users who would otherwise have access to the directory or file.

 

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