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Why Would The Mongo4 Migration Scripts (For Clearml-Server 1.2) Try To Chown 1000:1000?


I think this can give you more information:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/51279711/what-does-1000-mean-in-chgrp-and-chown
This means it assigns the owner as the first linux user on that machine.

  
  
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