wiki:HomesList
Last modified 6 years ago Last modified on 01/31/12 15:15:58

Linux home directories are automounted with NFS, but they actually exist on the machine that the user most frequently logs into (in theory).

/usr/local/data/archive/people/ has retired home directories.

Current as of 2012 Jan 31

axon:/home/bnniii
axon:/home/brinkley
axon:/home/detwiler
axon:/home/fearnp
axon:/home/hinshaw
axon:/home/jdftest
axon:/home/joshuadf
axon:/home/jws
axon:/home/onard
axon:/home/raven
axon:/home/rosse
axon:/home/rshaker
axon:/home/sadcat
axon:/home/shapiro
axon:/home/wvw
axon:/home/xeniah
axon:/home/xorgnz
stylus:/home/andrew
stylus:/home/ebmoore
vagal:/usr/local/data

For an updated version of the list above use

ldapsearch -vvv -xLLL | grep automountI
# or, prettier and with joined multiline entries for use in scripts:
ldapsearch -xLLL | perl -p -0040 -e 's/\n //' | grep automountI | perl -p -e 's/.*8192 //g' | sort

The full LDAP entry for one user looks like this (note the automountInformation line is broken at char 77, that's a LDAP "feature"):

[joshuadf@synapse tmp]$ ldapsearch -vvv -xLLL "(uid=brinkley)"
ldap_initialize( <DEFAULT> )
filter: (uid=brinkley)
requesting: ALL
dn: uid=brinkley,ou=People,dc=sig,dc=biostr,dc=washington,dc=edu
automountInformation: -rw,hard,intr,rsize=8192,wsize=8192 synapse:/home/brinkl
 ey
loginShell: /bin/tcsh
uidNumber: 988
gidNumber: 988
shadowMax: 99999
objectClass: top
objectClass: automount
objectClass: posixAccount
objectClass: shadowAccount
uid: brinkley
gecos: Jim Brinkley,,
shadowLastChange: 10389
cn: brinkley
homeDirectory: /usr/people/brinkley
shadowWarning: 7