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<h2><a href="cvm.html">CVM</a></h2>

<h1>The cvm-pwfile Module</h1>

<h2>Synopsis:</h2> <p>UNIX-style passwd file module</p>

<h2>Credentials:</h2>

<ol>
<li>Pass phrase
</ol>

<h2>Description:</h2>

<p>This module loads entries from an alternate password file using the
<tt>fgetpwent</tt> API, which requires the file to be formatted the
same as the UNIX <tt>/etc/passwd</tt> file.  No group name lookups are
done.</p>

<h2>Configuration Variables:</h2>

<dl>

<dt><tt>$CVM_PWFILE_PATH</tt></dt> <dd>the path to the passwd file
containing the credential information.</dd>

<dt><tt>$CVM_PWFILE_PWCMP</tt> (optional)</dt> <dd>The <a
href="../pwcmp/pwcmp.html">password comparison module</a> to use.  If it
is not set, the default password comparison mode is plain-text.  To use
UNIX crypt style passwords, like </tt>/etc/passwd</tt> does, set this to
"<tt>crypt</tt>".</dd>

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