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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers how to set timeout for aix? Post 46832 by csaunders on Tuesday 27th of January 2004 05:36:54 PM
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SUBUID(5)						   File Formats and Conversions 						 SUBUID(5)

NAME
subuid - the subordinate uid file DESCRIPTION
Each line in /etc/subuid contains a user name and a range of subordinate user ids that user is allowed to use. This is specified with three fields delimited by colons (":"). These fields are: o login name or UID o numerical subordinate user ID o numerical subordinate user ID count This file specifies the user IDs that ordinary users can use, with the newuidmap command, to configure uid mapping in a user namespace. Multiple ranges may be specified per user. When large number of entries (10000-100000 or more) are defined in /etc/subuid, parsing performance penalty will become noticeable. In this case it is recommended to use UIDs instead of login names. Benchmarks have shown speed-ups up to 20x. FILES
/etc/subuid Per user subordinate user IDs. /etc/subuid- Backup file for /etc/subuid. SEE ALSO
login.defs(5), newgidmap(1), newuidmap(1), newusers(1), subgid(5), useradd(8), userdel(8), usermod(8), user_namespaces(7). shadow-utils 4.5 01/25/2018 SUBUID(5)

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