[CentOS] Moving the Home dir to new server
todd at aristesoftware.com
Fri Sep 2 03:51:50 UTC 2005
I am curious what is done in an environment with many users.
>On 9/1/05, Todd Cary <todd at aristesoftware.com> wrote:
>>I have a new Centos installation that has an empty /home dir and there
>>are no users...just root. I want to move the home directory from
>>another server to the new one. At this time the old /home directory has
>>been tarred with "-prf". That will keep permissions which could be a
> I only have a few users on my machine. What I do is, use useradd or
>what not to create the users in the same order as the UID. Copy over
>the home dirs, moving the newlly created ones elsewhere. Then copy and
>paste the crypted password in the shadow file.
> You could paste the users from /etc/passwd shadow and group if you
>have a lot of users instead of creating the accounts.
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