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Migrating to OpenIndiana

I recently had a bunch of problems running ZFS on Ubuntu, and so since that is the FS I’ve decided on using for the foreseeable future, I wanted to move to something FOSS that was actually built to use it. I decided to go with OpenSolaris, and then found that that has been Oracled, and now there is OpenIndiana. There’s a few things that I really like about OI, but a lot of minor gripes.
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Modifying files over CIFS or SMB (Samba) shares on OpenIndiana 151a

I was hit by an apparent bug in OpenIndiana that was fixed in an older release of Solaris which doesn’t fully set permissions when you use the default chmod in OI.  Because of this, I couldn’t delete or modify files via the CIFS shares, and possibly the AFP shares. I say possibly because as soon as I found the fix, I shotgunned it across my data directory, and now the permissions appear to be fixed. Logging in locally via SSH was fine, but via SMB/CIFS only adding files worked.

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