wiki:HomesList

Version 2 (modified by joshuadf, 12 years ago) (diff)

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Linux home directories are automounted with NFS, but they actually exist on the machine that the user most frequently logs into (in theory). Users who mostly use Windows are on lamina; this is because lamina has the test databases on it and that's the most likely thing for them to do on Linux.

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

Current as of 2006 Jun 02

lamina:/home/august
lamina:/home/cfong
lamina:/home/detwiler
lamina:/home/haoli
lamina:/home/hinshaw
lamina:/home/jws
lamina:/home/lixian
lamina:/home/lober
lamina:/home/lritter
lamina:/home/lzamora
lamina:/home/nevao
lamina:/home/onard
lamina:/home/raven
lamina:/home/rosse
lamina:/home/schoen
lamina:/home/shapiro
lamina:/home/shobhit
lamina:/home/vamsally
lamina:/home/wilmotli
lamina:/home/wvw
stylus:/home/andrew
stylus:/home/corina
stylus:/home/ebmoore
stylus:/home/kmull
stylus:/home/natalia
stylus:/home/plincoln
stylus:/home/toddr
synapse:/home/brinkley
synapse:/home/joshuadf
synapse:/home/rex

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