user-group relationship problem

Fedin Pavel p.fedin@samsung.com
Tue May 15 06:33:00 GMT 2012


  Looks like i've figured out why NFS sometimes becomes unresponsive. 
This can be uid/gid problem.
  I have a local used named 'nfsd' to run the server. Here is its line 
from what mkpasswd -l reports. Note its GID=513.

nfsd:unused:1010:513:nfsd,U-fedinw7x64\nfsd,S-1-5-21-2187549510-2720235518-4109675292-1010:/home/nfsd:/bin/bash

  I have created this user as a member of 'Administrators' group. 
However look at mkgroup -l output:

Administrators:S-1-5-32-544:544:
None:S-1-5-21-2187549510-2720235518-4109675292-513:513:

So where has this 'none' came from? I even don't have it in my 
management console. And why does mkpasswd think that 'nfsd' user belongs 
to this 'None' group?

-- 
  Kind regards
  Pavel Fedin
  Expert engineer, Samsung Moscow research center


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