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Old 01-29-2010, 01:31 PM   #1
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Consisten User Account Creation/Maint. Script.


I would like to create a script for consistent user account creation and maintenance.

Current situation:

Server A
user1:11111:15:USER USER:...
user2:22222:15:USER USER:...
Server B
user1:33333:15:USER USER:...
user2:11111:15:USER USER:...
Server C
user3:22222:15:USER USER:...
user2:33333:15:USER USER:...

Now i would like to make uid consistent on all servers for each user. Next time if user1 needs to be created on Server D it should automatically pick the particular uid.

Please suggest as soon as possible.

Old 01-29-2010, 05:34 PM   #2
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Adduser will let you specify the uid of the user, so its fairly trivial to give them the same uid across all servers.


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