Wed Mar 9 11:28:00 GMT 2016
On Mar 9 11:42, Marc Rechte wrote:
> Le 09/03/2016 10:14, Mark Geisert a écrit :
> >Marc Rechte wrote:
> >> Trying to set RFC2307 accounts, using unix schema in
> >Your original post of this material was answered about 30 minutes after
> >your post. Kindly follow up there...
> Sorry, I did not get that answer emailed to me (some confusion during the
> I am not clear with answer given by Corinna.
> The idea behind RFC2307, imho is to have a consistent UID/GID between
> systems which have joined a domain. This is what we achieved in our domain,
> where a user login into whatever Linux box, gets the same uid/gid. One would
> expect the same behaviour in cygwin (on a joined machine), wouldn't he ?
That's not the idea behind the uid/gid mapping. You might have noticed
that "unix" is not used as a keyword in the passwd and group settings
in /etc/nsswitch.conf, only in the db_home, db_shell, and db_gecos settings.
Keep in mind that we have two mappings. The main mapping is the mapping
between Windows SID and a computed uid/gid value used in Cygwin which
allows fast mapping in both directions. A computed value drops the
requirement to access an LDAP server for the mapping, which is
especially bad when not using AD as mapping server.
Please read https://cygwin.com/cygwin-ug-net/ntsec.html#ntsec-mapping-nfs
again. The RFC 2307 mapping only comes into play when reading meta
information from an NFS or Samba share. The unix uid/gid values have to
be mapped to a Windows user (better: SID) in the first place, not to the
Cygwin uid/gid values. The actual uid/gid values are irrelevant. Worse,
using the RFC 2307 values might collide with other, computed uid/gid
Corinna Vinschen Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
Cygwin Maintainer cygwin AT cygwin DOT com
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