Assigning a GuardianOS local NFS user a UID < 100
|NIS and Local||101-17999|
If you join the Snap Server to an NIS domain, consider the following guidelines:
(1) the Snap Server does not recognize users or groups who have identification numbers outside of the range indicated in the table;
(2) each UID or GID must be unique; and
(3) you should not define a UID or GID that has been previously assigned, and you cannot define a UID or GID that is currently assigned.
0-100 shows as Reserved.
When trying to configure a UID < 101, a message is generated stating "UID/GID Out of Range.
The Local UID Range is:101 - 19999"
To create a local NFS user, select a UID in the 101 ? 19999 range.