We are looking at an issue with an AbInitio Win2016 Data Gateway which copies a file to or from a CIFS Netapp volume and it gets created with zero permissions and so cannot be seen by the application to be used or actioned.
It can be explicitly listed and shows as having rw permissions. Same happens using w2012 Data Gateway but works a treat using a Win2008 Abinitio data gateway!
We have tried assigning the account explicit full control of the folder and the same still happens. We have also checked Security Polices and SMB related forums and still none the wiser!
I reviwed the details provided. I will need some more clarity on them before we can identify the cause.
Some of the details needed: 1) What is Volume/QTREE security stlye ? 2) Files are created or copied into the volume using NFS or CIFS ? 3) Do we have the necessary unix-win or win-unix name-mapping conifgured ? 4) Where do we see the permissions shown incorrectly ? on Windows(CIFS) or UNIX(NFS) client ?
We have found the issue to be in the AbInitio Software we were using . They had changed a default option to view the files with Owner permissions and not Everyone as before. They will be releasing a fix to this but no timescales yet.
The ACL permissions were showing in Windows (CIFS) but also under Unix (NFS).
So if anyone is running AbInitio v22.214.171.124 on W2016 and comes across the same issue then you can wait fo rthe fix or use v126.96.36.199 and just get AbInitio to confirm they will support you on that release for w2016 Data Gateways!