Thank you Rick!

If the system user doesn't exist, 
do not you do to the correction that returns -d option PATH or dir parameter 
returned by vdomainfo?

vadddomain -i 10000 test1.domain
vadddomain -i 10001 test2.domain
vadddomain -i 10002 test3.domain
vadddomain -i 10003 test4.domain
vadddomain -i 10004 test5.domain
vadddomain -i 10005 test6.domain
..
..
..

Then, the system user is necessary for all domains at the above-mentioned....
Hum.... 

> 
> うえはたけいじ wrote:
> > Hello,
> > When you make the domain from the vadddomain command by using uid that 
> > doesn't
> > exist in /etc/passwd file for the -i option,
> > the dot-pid temporaryfile is left below the domains/ directory without 
> > being converted into
> > .dir-control file.
> >
> <snip>
> >
> > Specification or Bug?
> 
> I'd say bug.  vadddomain needs to check for missing uid values and give
> an error message.
> 
> 
> Someday soon...
> 
> 
> Rick
> 
> 
> 


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