proposed new Unix QFS Info level
Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Tue Feb 6 22:08:33 GMT 2007
On Tue, Feb 06, 2007 at 01:36:10PM -0800, Conrad Minshall wrote:
> For this interface you might want to specify that the number of SIDs
> must be either zero or equal to the number of supplementary gids.
> Then again, imagine a server for some reason is only able to determine
> gid=>SID mappings for some but not all of the gids, in which case we
> should define a structure which preserves the gid/SID correspondence.
Just asking -- why is that correspondence important? Are
they naturally based on a mapping at all? I think you could
imagine servers where both sets of data comes from totally
different sources. And secondary SIDs don't have to be
groups at all. sidHistory being the example here.
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