On Wed, Jan 23, 2008 at 11:54:52AM +0100, Nicolas HEURTEL wrote:
> I wan't to know how using an uid greater than 16777215 in a vserver.
> When I do "chown 16777216 toto" in a vserver, the owner is 16777214
> which seems to be the max uid -1.
that very much depends on what kind of filesystem tagging
you have enabled for the kernel, e.g. with
CONFIG_TAGGING_UID16 -> 2^16 uids, 2^32 gids
CONFIG_TAGGING_GID16 -> 2^32 uids, 2^16 gids
CONFIG_TAGGING_ID24 -> 2^24 uids, 2^24 gids
CONFIG_TAGGING_INTERN -> 2^32 uids, 2^32 gids
2^16 = 65536
2^24 = 16777216
2^32 = 4294967296
> If I'm not on in a vserver, there is no problem.
sure not, you will simply create the combination
of uid, gid and tagging for a guest
> Should somebody help me ?
well, no sure somebody should, but somebody did :)
> fn:Nicolas HEURTEL
> org;quoted-printable:Universit=C3=A9 de Caen;CRISI - DRS
> title:Technicien Informatique
Received on Sat Jan 26 15:23:47 2008