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    SubjectRe: UID/GID mapping system
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    On Wednesday 10 March 2004 16:45, Trond Myklebust wrote:
    > The NFSv4 client and server already do uid/gid mapping. That is
    > *mandatory* in the NFSv4 protocol, which dictates that you are only
    > allowed to send strings of the form user@domain on the wire.
    >
    > If you really need uid/gid mapping for NFSv2/v3 too, why not just build
    > on the existing v4 upcall/downcall mechanisms?

    Drat... I completely forgot about that. It's been a year since I used NFS
    at all.

    That would be the best way.
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