I have a NFS + SMB share on my Win server called 'media' (same path).
Both shares are read-only for guests - the Win server add files and both protcols can read them.
Now things getting more complex
I want to use my CentOS(6.5) server to add files to the NFS share and access them via NFS and SMB from Win clients. But here comes the problem that files added via NFS are not visible via SMB because they don't inherit permissions from the share.
I tried the whole day a bunch of different things, I always get weird problems.
Is there a well working solution or should I do not mix win/nix shares together?
-nolock parameter within
mount seems to help. But this question isn't answered.
After your update
The visibility from my windows client
create file in unix machine: SMB hidden NFS visible create file in SMB from win client: SMB visible NFS visible create file in NFS from win client: SMB hidden NFS visible create file in 'media' from win server: SMB hidden NFS visible
The way I mounted my NFS share in CentOS
mount -nolock 192.168.178.5:/MEDIA media