Tue 13 January 2015
All users accounts have NEW UID in the ldap to change current accounts over these are the current draft procedures:
First we need to retrieve the users information stored on the ldap server but before that install the ldap-utils. ldapsearch -x -h mariner -b “dc=argoss,dc=nl” -s sub “cn= ”
aptitude install ldap-utils root@smart3:~# ldapsearch -x -h leonardo -b “dc=argoss,dc=nl” -s sub “cn=Simon Quantrill”
base with scope sub
filter: cn=Simon Quantrill
Simon Quantrill, people, argoss.nl
dn: cn=Simon Quantrill,ou=people,dc=argoss,dc=nl givenName: Simon sn: Quantrill cn: Simon Quantrill uidNumber: 1003 gidNumber: 300 homeDirectory: /home/quantrill zarafaAdmin: 1 mail: email@example.com objectClass: inetOrgPerson objectClass: posixAccount objectClass: top objectClass: zarafa-user uid: quantrill loginShell: /bin/bash
search: 2 result: 0 Success
uidNumber: 1003 gidNumber: 300
Is the UID and the GID respectively
next retrieve the OLD UID/GID cat /etc/passwd | grep
root@smart3:~# cat /etc/passwd | grep quantrill quantrill:x:1001:1001:Simon Quantrill,,,:/home/quantrill:/bin/bash as can be seen the local entry in incorrect it should be the same as the one held on the ldap server. so it needs changing
to perform this task we have to modify the account information using usermod.
root@smart3:~# usermod -u 1003 -U quantrill root@smart3:~# usermod -g 300 quantrill Here we change the user information to the correct uid and gid found in the ldap. This only changes the users information at this point files owned by this user still use the old number so we need to search for there files and change them over.
root@smart3:~# find / -user 1001 -print | xargs -t chown quantrill At this point logout as root and log back in as the user just changed. check that all is as it should be..
If you can login its good sofar.. the use id to check the change
quantrill@smart3:~$ id uid=1003(quantrill) gid=300(agstaff) groups=300(agstaff) the user information here is correct next check the files
you need to login as root
root@smart3:~# find / -user 1003 /home/quantrill /home/quantrill/.bashrc /home/quantrill/.bash_profile /home/quantrill/.bash_logout /home/quantrill/.bash_history find: /proc/19429/task/19429/fd/4: No such file or directory find: /proc/19429/fd/4: No such file or directory root@smart3:~# find / -group 300 /var/run/console/quantrill:1 /home/quantrill/.bash_history find: /proc/19430/task/19430/fd/4: No such file or directory find: /proc/19430/fd/4: No such file or directory That.s it all done..