When creating users or groups, it's so easy to just let the System Management Interface Tool (SMIT) pick the next available user ID (UID) or group ID (GID) that's not in use. However, when you have many hosts, the chances are very high that your UID or GID won't be the same across these remote hosts. This is generally because you have different users on different boxes added at different times. For example, user dxtans might have a UID of 305 on host A, but on host B, it might ...

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