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Kyle Crawford
First of all.  Thank you rsync developers and maintainers for all of your work.  It is awesome.  I love rsync.  I can't thank you enough.

So this has been brought up before:

We are getting this error:

stderr: rsync: unpack_smb_acl: sys_acl_get_info(): Undefined error: 0 (0)

due to ACL entries that can not be resolved by name at the time when rsync attempted to resolve them.

This results in an exit status of 23.

The reason the ACL entry can not be resolved by name could be that a network directory service like LDAP or Active Directory is having issues.
Or it could be that the user or group no longer exists (locally or in a network directory service).

On OS X, when this happens, the UUID of the group is displayed instead of the user or group in an ls -le for example:

host:~$ ls -le /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
-rw-r--r--+ 1 root  wheel  0 May 30 13:01 /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
 0: 4D429A34-54A4-48F2-A9AB-9D1E7D1E6738 allow read
 1: 1E0D050D-973C-47C4-8ACE-D900B04B986D allow read

Or you can see the UUID using ls -len  (numeric).

So when I am transferring from OS X to OS X, I'd like these UUIDs to just get transferred as UUIDs the same way that --numeric-ids works.

That way I can get a nice exit status of 0 and have confidence in my backups.

Mr. Bombich has worked around this issue and even posted a patch back in 2011.


However, the patch has not been updated (that I know of).

And while I was able to apply the patch to rsync 3.0.6 and maybe 3.0.7, those versions are quite old and I'm noticing that creation times preservation is not working for me on those even though I apply the crtimes patch.

I would like to see --numeric-ids handle this by transferring the UUID rather than attempting to resolve the user/group.  I don't know how this would work for other platforms/mixed platforms or if there is a way to detect the source and destination OS for enabling this.

Thoughts?  Should I post this as a feature request?

Thanks,

Kyle

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Re: OS X and rsync: unpack_smb_acl errors and --numeric-ids

Kevin Korb
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Have you tried on the current version?  A similar problem was handled
a while ago: https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8020

On 05/30/2014 07:59 PM, Kyle Crawford wrote:

> First of all.  Thank you rsync developers and maintainers for all
> of your work.  It is awesome.  I love rsync.  I can't thank you
> enough.
>
> So this has been brought up before:
> https://lists.samba.org/archive/rsync/2010-April/024941.html
>
> We are getting this error:
>
> stderr: rsync: unpack_smb_acl: sys_acl_get_info(): Undefined error:
> 0 (0)
>
> due to ACL entries that can not be resolved by name at the time
> when rsync attempted to resolve them.
>
> This results in an exit status of 23.
>
> The reason the ACL entry can not be resolved by name could be that
> a network directory service like LDAP or Active Directory is having
> issues. Or it could be that the user or group no longer exists
> (locally or in a network directory service).
>
> On OS X, when this happens, the UUID of the group is displayed
> instead of the user or group in an ls -le for example:
>
> host:~$ ls -le
> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
>
>
- -rw-r--r--+ 1 root  wheel  0 May 30 13:01
> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
>
>
0: 4D429A34-54A4-48F2-A9AB-9D1E7D1E6738 allow read

> 1: 1E0D050D-973C-47C4-8ACE-D900B04B986D allow read
>
> Or you can see the UUID using ls -len  (numeric).
>
> So when I am transferring from OS X to OS X, I'd like these UUIDs
> to just get transferred as UUIDs the same way that --numeric-ids
> works.
>
> That way I can get a nice exit status of 0 and have confidence in
> my backups.
>
> Mr. Bombich has worked around this issue and even posted a patch
> back in 2011.
>
> http://help.bombich.com/discussions/questions/2248-warning-messages-from-rsync-307
>
>  However, the patch has not been updated (that I know of).
>
> And while I was able to apply the patch to rsync 3.0.6 and maybe
> 3.0.7, those versions are quite old and I'm noticing that creation
> times preservation is not working for me on those even though I
> apply the crtimes patch.
>
> I would like to see --numeric-ids handle this by transferring the
> UUID rather than attempting to resolve the user/group.  I don't
> know how this would work for other platforms/mixed platforms or if
> there is a way to detect the source and destination OS for enabling
> this.
>
> Thoughts?  Should I post this as a feature request?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Kyle
>
>

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Re: OS X and rsync: unpack_smb_acl errors and --numeric-ids

Kyle Crawford
It does sound like the same issue, however I definitely still see the issue on 3.0.9 and 3.1.1pre1 on OS X.

Kyle

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> On May 30, 2014, at 8:04 PM, Kevin Korb <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Have you tried on the current version?  A similar problem was handled
> a while ago: https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8020
>
> On 05/30/2014 07:59 PM, Kyle Crawford wrote:
>> First of all.  Thank you rsync developers and maintainers for all
>> of your work.  It is awesome.  I love rsync.  I can't thank you
>> enough.
>>
>> So this has been brought up before:
>> https://lists.samba.org/archive/rsync/2010-April/024941.html
>>
>> We are getting this error:
>>
>> stderr: rsync: unpack_smb_acl: sys_acl_get_info(): Undefined error:
>> 0 (0)
>>
>> due to ACL entries that can not be resolved by name at the time
>> when rsync attempted to resolve them.
>>
>> This results in an exit status of 23.
>>
>> The reason the ACL entry can not be resolved by name could be that
>> a network directory service like LDAP or Active Directory is having
>> issues. Or it could be that the user or group no longer exists
>> (locally or in a network directory service).
>>
>> On OS X, when this happens, the UUID of the group is displayed
>> instead of the user or group in an ls -le for example:
>>
>> host:~$ ls -le
>> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
> - -rw-r--r--+ 1 root  wheel  0 May 30 13:01
>> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
> 0: 4D429A34-54A4-48F2-A9AB-9D1E7D1E6738 allow read
>> 1: 1E0D050D-973C-47C4-8ACE-D900B04B986D allow read
>>
>> Or you can see the UUID using ls -len  (numeric).
>>
>> So when I am transferring from OS X to OS X, I'd like these UUIDs
>> to just get transferred as UUIDs the same way that --numeric-ids
>> works.
>>
>> That way I can get a nice exit status of 0 and have confidence in
>> my backups.
>>
>> Mr. Bombich has worked around this issue and even posted a patch
>> back in 2011.
>>
>> http://help.bombich.com/discussions/questions/2248-warning-messages-from-rsync-307
>>
>> However, the patch has not been updated (that I know of).
>>
>> And while I was able to apply the patch to rsync 3.0.6 and maybe
>> 3.0.7, those versions are quite old and I'm noticing that creation
>> times preservation is not working for me on those even though I
>> apply the crtimes patch.
>>
>> I would like to see --numeric-ids handle this by transferring the
>> UUID rather than attempting to resolve the user/group.  I don't
>> know how this would work for other platforms/mixed platforms or if
>> there is a way to detect the source and destination OS for enabling
>> this.
>>
>> Thoughts?  Should I post this as a feature request?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Kyle
>
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Re: OS X and rsync: unpack_smb_acl errors and --numeric-ids

Kevin Korb
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I just took a look at the patches again and I bet the first one (the
less elegant one) would work for you.  You would have to try it on
3.0.7 though since 3.0.8 includes the other patch.

On 05/30/2014 08:15 PM, Kyle Crawford wrote:

> It does sound like the same issue, however I definitely still see
> the issue on 3.0.9 and 3.1.1pre1 on OS X.
>
> Kyle
>
> Sent from Mobile
>
>> On May 30, 2014, at 8:04 PM, Kevin Korb <[hidden email]>
>> wrote:
>>
> Have you tried on the current version?  A similar problem was
> handled a while ago:
> https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8020
>
> On 05/30/2014 07:59 PM, Kyle Crawford wrote:
>>>> First of all.  Thank you rsync developers and maintainers for
>>>> all of your work.  It is awesome.  I love rsync.  I can't
>>>> thank you enough.
>>>>
>>>> So this has been brought up before:
>>>> https://lists.samba.org/archive/rsync/2010-April/024941.html
>>>>
>>>> We are getting this error:
>>>>
>>>> stderr: rsync: unpack_smb_acl: sys_acl_get_info(): Undefined
>>>> error: 0 (0)
>>>>
>>>> due to ACL entries that can not be resolved by name at the
>>>> time when rsync attempted to resolve them.
>>>>
>>>> This results in an exit status of 23.
>>>>
>>>> The reason the ACL entry can not be resolved by name could be
>>>> that a network directory service like LDAP or Active
>>>> Directory is having issues. Or it could be that the user or
>>>> group no longer exists (locally or in a network directory
>>>> service).
>>>>
>>>> On OS X, when this happens, the UUID of the group is
>>>> displayed instead of the user or group in an ls -le for
>>>> example:
>>>>
>>>> host:~$ ls -le
>>>> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
>
>>>>
- -rw-r--r--+ 1 root  wheel  0 May 30 13:01
>>>> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
>
>>>>
0: 4D429A34-54A4-48F2-A9AB-9D1E7D1E6738 allow read

>>>> 1: 1E0D050D-973C-47C4-8ACE-D900B04B986D allow read
>>>>
>>>> Or you can see the UUID using ls -len  (numeric).
>>>>
>>>> So when I am transferring from OS X to OS X, I'd like these
>>>> UUIDs to just get transferred as UUIDs the same way that
>>>> --numeric-ids works.
>>>>
>>>> That way I can get a nice exit status of 0 and have
>>>> confidence in my backups.
>>>>
>>>> Mr. Bombich has worked around this issue and even posted a
>>>> patch back in 2011.
>>>>
>>>> http://help.bombich.com/discussions/questions/2248-warning-messages-from-rsync-307
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
However, the patch has not been updated (that I know of).

>>>>
>>>> And while I was able to apply the patch to rsync 3.0.6 and
>>>> maybe 3.0.7, those versions are quite old and I'm noticing
>>>> that creation times preservation is not working for me on
>>>> those even though I apply the crtimes patch.
>>>>
>>>> I would like to see --numeric-ids handle this by transferring
>>>> the UUID rather than attempting to resolve the user/group.  I
>>>> don't know how this would work for other platforms/mixed
>>>> platforms or if there is a way to detect the source and
>>>> destination OS for enabling this.
>>>>
>>>> Thoughts?  Should I post this as a feature request?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>>
>>>> Kyle
>
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Re: OS X and rsync: unpack_smb_acl errors and --numeric-ids

Kyle Crawford
I think I should submit a bug report.

Given that this was fixed before as a bug, it sounds like numeric should be handling this but it is not on OS X.

Kyle

Sent from Mobile

> On May 30, 2014, at 8:58 PM, Kevin Korb <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> I just took a look at the patches again and I bet the first one (the
> less elegant one) would work for you.  You would have to try it on
> 3.0.7 though since 3.0.8 includes the other patch.
>
>> On 05/30/2014 08:15 PM, Kyle Crawford wrote:
>> It does sound like the same issue, however I definitely still see
>> the issue on 3.0.9 and 3.1.1pre1 on OS X.
>>
>> Kyle
>>
>> Sent from Mobile
>>
>>> On May 30, 2014, at 8:04 PM, Kevin Korb <[hidden email]>
>>> wrote:
>> Have you tried on the current version?  A similar problem was
>> handled a while ago:
>> https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8020
>>
>> On 05/30/2014 07:59 PM, Kyle Crawford wrote:
>>>>> First of all.  Thank you rsync developers and maintainers for
>>>>> all of your work.  It is awesome.  I love rsync.  I can't
>>>>> thank you enough.
>>>>>
>>>>> So this has been brought up before:
>>>>> https://lists.samba.org/archive/rsync/2010-April/024941.html
>>>>>
>>>>> We are getting this error:
>>>>>
>>>>> stderr: rsync: unpack_smb_acl: sys_acl_get_info(): Undefined
>>>>> error: 0 (0)
>>>>>
>>>>> due to ACL entries that can not be resolved by name at the
>>>>> time when rsync attempted to resolve them.
>>>>>
>>>>> This results in an exit status of 23.
>>>>>
>>>>> The reason the ACL entry can not be resolved by name could be
>>>>> that a network directory service like LDAP or Active
>>>>> Directory is having issues. Or it could be that the user or
>>>>> group no longer exists (locally or in a network directory
>>>>> service).
>>>>>
>>>>> On OS X, when this happens, the UUID of the group is
>>>>> displayed instead of the user or group in an ls -le for
>>>>> example:
>>>>>
>>>>> host:~$ ls -le
>>>>> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
>>
> - -rw-r--r--+ 1 root  wheel  0 May 30 13:01
>>>>> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
>>
> 0: 4D429A34-54A4-48F2-A9AB-9D1E7D1E6738 allow read
>>>>> 1: 1E0D050D-973C-47C4-8ACE-D900B04B986D allow read
>>>>>
>>>>> Or you can see the UUID using ls -len  (numeric).
>>>>>
>>>>> So when I am transferring from OS X to OS X, I'd like these
>>>>> UUIDs to just get transferred as UUIDs the same way that
>>>>> --numeric-ids works.
>>>>>
>>>>> That way I can get a nice exit status of 0 and have
>>>>> confidence in my backups.
>>>>>
>>>>> Mr. Bombich has worked around this issue and even posted a
>>>>> patch back in 2011.
>>>>>
>>>>> http://help.bombich.com/discussions/questions/2248-warning-messages-from-rsync-307
> However, the patch has not been updated (that I know of).
>>>>>
>>>>> And while I was able to apply the patch to rsync 3.0.6 and
>>>>> maybe 3.0.7, those versions are quite old and I'm noticing
>>>>> that creation times preservation is not working for me on
>>>>> those even though I apply the crtimes patch.
>>>>>
>>>>> I would like to see --numeric-ids handle this by transferring
>>>>> the UUID rather than attempting to resolve the user/group.  I
>>>>> don't know how this would work for other platforms/mixed
>>>>> platforms or if there is a way to detect the source and
>>>>> destination OS for enabling this.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thoughts?  Should I post this as a feature request?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>
>>>>> Kyle
>>
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Re: OS X and rsync: unpack_smb_acl errors and --numeric-ids

Kyle Crawford


On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 6:56 PM, Kyle Crawford <[hidden email]> wrote:
I think I should submit a bug report.

Given that this was fixed before as a bug, it sounds like numeric should be handling this but it is not on OS X.

Kyle

Sent from Mobile

> On May 30, 2014, at 8:58 PM, Kevin Korb <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> I just took a look at the patches again and I bet the first one (the
> less elegant one) would work for you.  You would have to try it on
> 3.0.7 though since 3.0.8 includes the other patch.
>
>> On 05/30/2014 08:15 PM, Kyle Crawford wrote:
>> It does sound like the same issue, however I definitely still see
>> the issue on 3.0.9 and 3.1.1pre1 on OS X.
>>
>> Kyle
>>
>> Sent from Mobile
>>
>>> On May 30, 2014, at 8:04 PM, Kevin Korb <[hidden email]>
>>> wrote:
>> Have you tried on the current version?  A similar problem was
>> handled a while ago:
>> https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8020
>>
>> On 05/30/2014 07:59 PM, Kyle Crawford wrote:
>>>>> First of all.  Thank you rsync developers and maintainers for
>>>>> all of your work.  It is awesome.  I love rsync.  I can't
>>>>> thank you enough.
>>>>>
>>>>> So this has been brought up before:
>>>>> https://lists.samba.org/archive/rsync/2010-April/024941.html
>>>>>
>>>>> We are getting this error:
>>>>>
>>>>> stderr: rsync: unpack_smb_acl: sys_acl_get_info(): Undefined
>>>>> error: 0 (0)
>>>>>
>>>>> due to ACL entries that can not be resolved by name at the
>>>>> time when rsync attempted to resolve them.
>>>>>
>>>>> This results in an exit status of 23.
>>>>>
>>>>> The reason the ACL entry can not be resolved by name could be
>>>>> that a network directory service like LDAP or Active
>>>>> Directory is having issues. Or it could be that the user or
>>>>> group no longer exists (locally or in a network directory
>>>>> service).
>>>>>
>>>>> On OS X, when this happens, the UUID of the group is
>>>>> displayed instead of the user or group in an ls -le for
>>>>> example:
>>>>>
>>>>> host:~$ ls -le
>>>>> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
>>
> - -rw-r--r--+ 1 root  wheel  0 May 30 13:01
>>>>> /Volumes/Src/81-access-control-lists-missing-user-and-group/acl-test-2
>>
> 0: 4D429A34-54A4-48F2-A9AB-9D1E7D1E6738 allow read
>>>>> 1: 1E0D050D-973C-47C4-8ACE-D900B04B986D allow read
>>>>>
>>>>> Or you can see the UUID using ls -len  (numeric).
>>>>>
>>>>> So when I am transferring from OS X to OS X, I'd like these
>>>>> UUIDs to just get transferred as UUIDs the same way that
>>>>> --numeric-ids works.
>>>>>
>>>>> That way I can get a nice exit status of 0 and have
>>>>> confidence in my backups.
>>>>>
>>>>> Mr. Bombich has worked around this issue and even posted a
>>>>> patch back in 2011.
>>>>>
>>>>> http://help.bombich.com/discussions/questions/2248-warning-messages-from-rsync-307
> However, the patch has not been updated (that I know of).
>>>>>
>>>>> And while I was able to apply the patch to rsync 3.0.6 and
>>>>> maybe 3.0.7, those versions are quite old and I'm noticing
>>>>> that creation times preservation is not working for me on
>>>>> those even though I apply the crtimes patch.
>>>>>
>>>>> I would like to see --numeric-ids handle this by transferring
>>>>> the UUID rather than attempting to resolve the user/group.  I
>>>>> don't know how this would work for other platforms/mixed
>>>>> platforms or if there is a way to detect the source and
>>>>> destination OS for enabling this.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thoughts?  Should I post this as a feature request?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>
>>>>> Kyle
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Re: OS X and rsync: unpack_smb_acl errors and --numeric-ids

Henri Shustak
> Submitted as bug:
> https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=10649

This bug has been stale for a while. In order to dive in and have a go at working out what is wrong and how to fix it ; is signing up with the samba bug tracker required?

Probably will not have time to look at it immediately. Just (A) pinging the bug and (B) wondering how patches are submitted or if there is a patch already in existance?

Thanks
Henri


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