[OpenAFS] Re: [Slightly OT] changing UID of a user to 1
Mon, 29 Aug 2005 11:30:00 -0700
Madhusudan Singh <email@example.com> writes:
> Ok. I tried the following :
> Created a second user (bnl4) and added it to system:administrators. Then
> deleted the old user (m_singh) from the system using:
> pts delete $1
> vos remove -id user.$1.backup
> fs rmmount /afs/omega.domain.edu/user/$1/OldFiles
> vos remove -id user.$1
> fs rmmount /afs/omega.domain.edu/user/$1
You didn't need to delete the volume; you could have just recreated the
account with a new UID and chowned the existing volume.
> Now if I try to add it, I get the error message :
> '/afs/omega.domain.edu/user/m_singh/OldFiles' is a mount point for volume
What was the exact command that you ran that resulted in this message?
That looks like the output of fs lsmount, not an error.
Russ Allbery (firstname.lastname@example.org) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>