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UID instead of users name in a mounted samba share

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This morning at office I was listing files in a terminal inside a samba share from my networked server and surprise folder was identified inside run/user/1000/gvfs instead of run/user/antonio/gvfs (of course antonio has UID 1000). Is it correct???

posted Jul 1, 2013 by anonymous

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Why would it not be? The purpose of /run/user/UID here is to avoid the kernel needing to do a username lookup to locate the directory when it already has the UID (which is all it really needs to perform the
mapping operations). As long as the UID matches up, what's the problem?

answer Jul 1, 2013 by anonymous
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