projid - project name to project ID mapping file
Project IDs are stored internally by IRIX as numeric values. However,
the /etc/project file specifies projects using ASCII names. The
/etc/projid file is used to map these ASCII names to numeric values that
IRIX can use.
Entries in /etc/projid consist simply of a project name and numeric
project ID value, separated by a colon. Each entry should be separated
by a newline, and should contain no white-space. A ``#'' at the
beginning of a line indicates a comment. The numeric values for project
IDs should be positive numbers. Invalid entries may be ignored, or may
have other undefined effects.
A simple projid file might look like this:
# projid file for ReallyBigCo Corporate Data Center
newproj(1), project(4), array_sessions(5), projects(5).
Projid information cannot currently be obtained via NIS.
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