On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 9:08 AM, Dan White <dwhite@cafedemocracy.org> wrote:
On 02/24/17 08:55 -0500, Bernard Fay wrote:
I removed a user from an LDAP group about a week ago. Today, this user
still shows as member of the group with the Linux command groups. Also, the
group (Administrators) appears twice in the output of the command id:
uid=10000(username) gid=10000(Administrators)

The command getent though shows the proper group assignation:
getent group | grep username | cut -d: -f1

All of those groups are LDAP group.

Is this from a long running shell? If so, start a new shell or
run newgrp.

Otherwise, verify that it is not cached (such as with nscd), and trouble
shoot as an nss ldap problem.

No, it is not from a long running shell. I logged out and logged back in since I remove this user from the group.  By the way the group in question is Administrators.

How can I verify it is not cached? My guess is that it is cached. I tried to use "nscd -i group" but that did not change anything.