I'm facing a problem with SMB mount point, permissions and containers. I'm not sure if I'm using the right method according to best practices but at least it seemed logical to me. Yet it isn't fully working so far..
I have a TrueNAS server, linked to a Samba AD, that has several...
I'm trying to setup my new environment, but have ran into some permission issues. I thought myself quite well-versed in the permissions' department by now, given all the issues I've had to solve before, but this one has left be dumbfounded.
On the host side I have several ZFS datasets that...
I found this tutorial on how to mount directories to a container: https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Unprivileged_LXC_containers
Consider the following case:
One container has two users named "a" and "b".
The same users exist on the host system.
They use the following ids:
for years my lxc container has accessed a mountpoint (/data/storage) of the host.
Now it does not work anymore.
root@pve:~# zfs list
NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT
data 922G 1.73T 104K /data
While using PVE, I have noticed that the LXC container mountpoint options are not handled properly.
More specifically if I have multiple mounpoints added to the container and only one of them has quota enabled, all subsequent mountpoints are mounted with quota enabled, no matter what the quota...