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The Homedir Provisioning Plugin is an experimental plugin that creates Unix home directories entries on provisioning events. It is not intended for use in a production environment.

Home directories are created on whatever server Registry runs on. No provision is made for distributing these directories to clusters. See also LDAP Provisioning Plugin posixAccount support.

Operations

Registry CO Person Transaction

Homedir Action

Add

Attempt to mkdir the homedirectory and set the owner and group

Edit

Attempt to mkdir the homedirectory and set the owner and group

Enter Grace Period

Attempt to mkdir the homedirectory and set the owner and group

Expiration / Becomes Inactive

None

Unexpire / Becomes Active

Attempt to mkdir the homedirectory and set the owner and group

Delete

None

Manual Provision

Attempt to mkdir the homedirectory and set the owner and group

Registry CO Group Transaction

Homedir Action

Add

None

Edit

None

Delete

None

Manual Provision

None

Configuration

This is a non-core plugin, see Installing and Enabling Registry Plugins for more information.

The home directory, uid number, and gid number are obtained from the Identifiers model (cm_identifiers table), via identifiers attached to the CO Person of types homeDirectory, uidNumber, and gidNumber (respectively). This may change in a future release (CO-866).

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