different mounts leads to different permissions/acl?
we use a cvs environment, where the repository is mounted from the main
cvs-server into each participants work-space.
before fedora 9, we used cifs mounts exclusively.
with fedora 9, we started using sshfs.
this afternoon, i had the repository mounted using sshfs.
i had a failure when committing a cvs module.
Checking in module/779930879.htm;
/home/cvs/r/repository/module/779930879.htm,v <-- 779930879.htm
new revision: 1.2; previous revision: 1.1
cvs [commit aborted]: cannot rename file
/home/cvs/r/repository/module/779930879.htm,v: Operation not permitted
i unmounted the repository and remounted it using cifs, whereupon the
commit worked fine.
i then wanted to see, what the difference is in file permissions between
the two mount versions, and to my surprise, found none: user:group were
the same with both mounts, also the file permissions were the same.
then i tried to do manually the move cvs had complained about and got
repository cifs mounted:
[cvs@myws ~/work]$ mv /home/cvs/r/repository/module/,779930879.htm
mv: try to overwrite `/home/cvs/r/repository/module/779930879.htm,v',
overriding mode 0544 (r-xr--r--)? y
repository sshfs mounted:
[cvs@myws ~]$ mv /home/cvs/r/repository/module/,779930879.htm
mv: cannot move `/home/cvs/r/repository/module/,779930879.htm' to
`/home/cvs/r/repository/module/779930879.htm,v': Operation not permitted
i made sure, that the file i wanted to move had exactly the same
permissions as when the repository was cifs mounted: it had the same
for the cifs mount we use the standard fedora 9 samba installation for