[CentOS] Centos 7 Samba - all shares read only

Thu May 4 13:59:17 UTC 2017
m.roth at 5-cent.us <m.roth at 5-cent.us>

Gary Stainburn wrote:
> I few weeks back my server started having a problem where all shares are
> now readonly.  AFAIK nothing has changed except a 'yum update' which was
> probably around the same time.
> Everyone still has the shares on their Win7 PC's and can see the contents.
> However, if they try to open a file it opens read only. If the try to
> create a new file (e.g. right click -> New -> Text Document) it says
that they
> don't have permission.
> I am not seeing anything meaningful in the log files. Can anyone give me a
> clue how to fix this, or at least how to collect getting debug info?
> SELinux has been disabled to eliminate that.
Dumb question #1: on the server, can you touch /samba/path/this? That is,
can *you* create a file in one of those directories? If not... why is your
filesystem read-only