Hello !

I contact you because I notice something strange with IPA environment.

I created a group :
ipa group-add g1 --desc="my first group"

Then I created a user with the GID of g1
GID1=`ipa group-show g1 | awk '/GID/ {printf("%s",$2)}'`
ipa user-add --first=u1 --last=u1 --homedir=/home/u1 --shell=/bin/bash
--gidnumber=${GID1} u1

Then when I perform ipa group-show g1 command, I got the following result :
###
  Group name: g1
  Description: my first group
  GID: <gid1>
###

Same for ipa user-show u1 :
###
  User login: u1
  First name: u1
  Last name: u1
  Home directory: /home/u1
  Login shell: /bin/bash
  Email address: u1@<MYDOMAIN>
  UID: <uid1>
  GID: <gid1>
  Account disabled: False
  Password: False
  Member of groups: ipausers
  Kerberos keys available: False
###

These 2 commands does not see u1 as a member of g1.
When I try the command id u1, I can see the group :

###
id u1
uid=<uid1>(u1) gid=<gid1>(g1) groups=<gid1>(g1)
###

Is it the normal behaviour of these IPA commands ?

Best regards.

Bahan
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