You have to restart SSSD after adding the first overrides to switch on> [..stripped for brevity..]
> > > So I see 5% of current users have mnetid with leading 0.
> > >
> > > So I never used sss_override. How do I use sss_override to make mnetid
> > > 004311
> > > to work with sss when ldap id mapping tries to map 4311 instead?
> > >
> > > Appreciate your help!
> > I haven't tested it with your setup but
> > sss_override user_add mwvande --uid 4311 --gid 4311
> > sss_override group_add mwvande --gid 4311
> > should create the needed override data so that user and group mwvande
> > can be looked up with the ID 4311.
> So I can lookup by 4311 after this. Very nice!
> Do I need to restart sssd after these two commands?
the override handling. If you add additional override later on you do
not have to restart SSSD, but you might need to wait until some cache
timeouts are passed before the overridden values are shown.I have a user today complained whose mnetid has leading 0s[mwvande@example:]$ ssh sgx2-brdr-01No user exists for uid 4311I already have the sss_override ran last week for 100 users last week and sssd was restarted.I am still wondering if there is a gap in my using sss_overrideI have ran this, example commands, for all users with leading 0s in mnetidsss_override user-add mwvande --uid 4311--gid 4311sss_override group-add mwvande --gid 4311Then I ran the systemctl restart sssdIs there a step I am missing?
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