vfs objects = fruit
A global option whether to enable Apple's SMB2+ extension codenamed AAPL. Default yes. This extension enhances several deficiencies when connecting from Macs:fruit:nfs_aces = yes | no
•directory enumeration is enriched with Mac relevant filesystem metadata (UNIX mode, FinderInfo, resource fork size and effective permission), as a result the Mac client doesn't need to fetch this metadata individually per directory entry resulting in an often tremendous performance increase.
•The ability to query and modify the UNIX mode of directory entries.
•readdir_attr:aapl_rsize = yes | no
•readdir_attr:aapl_finder_info = yes | no
•readdir_attr:aapl_max_access = yes | no
A global option whether support for querying and modifying the UNIX mode of directory entries via NFS ACEs is enabled, default yes.fruit:copyfile = yes | no
A global option whether to enable OS X specific copychunk ioctl that requests a copy of a whole file along with all attached metadata. WARNING: the copyfile request is blocking the client while the server does the copy. The default is no.fruit:zero_file_id = yes | no
A global option whether to return zero to queries of on-disk file identifier, if the client has negotiated AAPL. Mac applications and / or the Mac SMB client code expect the on-disk file identifier to have the semantics of HFS+ Catalog Node Identifier (CNID). Samba doesn't provide those semantics, and that occasionally cause usability issues or even data loss. Returning a file identifier of zero causes the Mac client to stop using and trusting the file id returned from the server. The default is yes.fruit:model = MacSamba
This option defines the model string inside the AAPL extension and will determine the appearance of the icon representing the Samba server in the Finder window. The default is MacSamba.
Controls where the OS X resource fork is stored. Due to a spelling bug in all Samba versions older then 4.6.0, this option can also be given as fruit:ressource, ie with two s. Settings:fruit:time machine = [ yes | no ]
•file (default) - use a ._ AppleDouble file compatible with OS X and Netatalk
•xattr - use a xattr, requires a filesystem with large xattr support and a file IO API compatible with xattrs, this boils down to Solaris and derived platforms and ZFS
•stream (experimental) - pass the stream on to the next module in the VFS stack. Warning: this option should not be used with the streams_xattr module due to the extended attributes size limitations of most filesytems.
Controls if Time Machine support via the FULLSYNC volume capability is advertised to clients.fruit:time machine max size = SIZE [K|M|G|T|P]
•yes - Enables Time Machine support for this share. Also registers the share with mDNS in case Samba is built with mDNS support.
•no (default) Disables advertising Time Machine support.
•durable handles = yes
•kernel oplocks = no
•kernel share modes = no
•posix locking = no
Useful for Time Machine: limits the reported disksize, thus preventing Time Machine from using the whole real disk space for backup. The option takes a number plus an optional unit. IMPORTANT: This is an approximated calculation that only takes into account the contents of Time Machine sparsebundle images. Therefor you MUST NOT use this volume to store other content when using this option, because it would NOT be accounted. The calculation works by reading the band size from the Info.plist XML file of the sparsebundle, reading the bands/ directory counting the number of band files, and then multiplying one with the other.fruit:metadata = [ stream | netatalk ]
Controls where the OS X metadata stream is stored:fruit:locking = [ netatalk | none ]
•netatalk (default) - use Netatalk compatible xattr
•stream - pass the stream on to the next module in the VFS stack
•none (default) - no cross protocol locking
•netatalk - use cross protocol locking with Netatalk
Controls how the set of illegal NTFS ASCII character, commonly used by OS X clients, are stored in the filesystem. Important: this is known to not fully work with fruit:metadata=stream or fruit:resource=stream.fruit:veto_appledouble = yes | no
•private (default) - store characters as encoded by the OS X client: mapped to the Unicode private range
•native - store characters with their native ASCII value. Important: this option requires the use of vfs_catia in the VFS module stack as shown in the examples section.
Note: this option only applies when fruit:resource is set to file (the default). When fruit:resource is set to file, vfs_fruit may create ._ AppleDouble files. This options controls whether these ._ AppleDouble files are vetoed which prevents the client from accessing them. Vetoing ._ files may break some applications, eg extracting Mac ZIP archives from Mac clients failes, because they contain ._ files. Setting this option to false will fix this, but the abstraction leak of exposing the internally created ._ files may have other unknown side effects. The default is yes.fruit:posix_rename = yes | no
Whether to enable POSIX directory rename behaviour for OS X clients. Without this, directories can't be renamed if any client has any file inside it (recursive!) open. The default is yes.readdir_attr:aapl_rsize = yes | no
Return resource fork size in SMB2 FIND responses. The default is yes.readdir_attr:aapl_finder_info = yes | no
Return FinderInfo in SMB2 FIND responses. The default is yes.readdir_attr:aapl_max_access = yes | no
Return the user's effective maximum permissions in SMB2 FIND responses. This is an expensive computation, setting this to off pretends the use has maximum effective permissions. The default is yes.
[share] vfs objects = catia fruit streams_xattr fruit:resource = file fruit:metadata = netatalk fruit:locking = netatalk fruit:encoding = native