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Are you asking about the SGID bit?
There's also a ACL associated with that file so maybe whatever is running the job doesn't have access to it.
Edited by: theanswriz42 on Nov 27, 2012 1:50 PM
That's what I referring as being "wierd" even though its not necessarily "wierd". Just wierd to the process. There is no reason for a process to cp or mv a file from a cifs share to "add" the SGID "bit". Turns out I can disable this in my storage. I set "Disable setuid/setgid file creation" on the share and it started working correctly. The CIFS mount was a submount of a NFS share.
Now what would Oracle VM change about my process.....that would cause a simple "cp" or "mv" command to add the setgid "bit" to the target file?