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That said, I'm not sure caching is the issue here - you seem to havefound the issue I saw as well (UID check with a completely non-local user).
This isn't strictly a PAM issue, but rather with the default RHEL5.x configuration (and Centos, and probably fedora). Does anyone know what they were thinking? Should most pam auth modules know anything about uid's? I thought that was account info. If the idea is to keep the 'system' accounts (below 500 by convention)in the passwd file, is there a better way to do it?
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