Both the system administrator and a non-privileged user
may use the uidadmin command to display information.
When used to display information, the command has
the following syntax:
uidadmin [-S scheme [-l logname]]
where scheme is the name of the ID mapping scheme, and logname is a local login.
If uidadmin is entered without options, it displays the names of all the ID mapping schemes on the system. If an administrator enters uidadmin with a scheme name only, the command displays the uidadmin file associated with the specified scheme. If the administrator enters uidadmin with a scheme name and a local login, the command displays all entries that map remote logins to the specified local login.
If a non-privileged user enters uidadmin with only a scheme name, the command displays only the entries in uidata associated with his or her local login.