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Defining an OMVS segment > Defining an OMVS segment - Pg. 292

7.1 Setting up a general user To access the z/OS UNIX environment it is important that the user have a specific UID and GID. The UID and GID are stored in the RACF database as follows: Adding a GID to the RACF group profile for an existing or new RACF group of the user, or the user's default group Adding a UID to the RACF user profile for an existing or new TSO/E user and connecting each user to a RACF group that has a GID The OMVS segment contains information that is listed in Table 7-1. Table 7-1 OMVS segment description Value UID HOME PROGRAM CPUTIMEMAX ASSIZEMAX FILEPROCMAX PROCUSERMAX THREADSMAX MMAPAREAMAX OMVS segment Description User's z/OS UNIX user identifier User's z/OS UNIX initial directory path name User's z/OS UNIX program path name, a default shell program User's z/OS UNIX RLIMIT_CPU (maximum CPU time) User's z/OS UNIX RLIMIT_AS (maximum address space size) User's z/OS UNIX maximum number of files per process User's z/OS UNIX maximum number of processes per UID User's z/OS UNIX maximum number of threads per process User's z/OS UNIX maximum memory map size