I have some 60+ machines under NIS/YP, all work fine - except the newest 8 ones, whose only difference is that they have the fastest processors in the group… On them NIS (and NIS+) have been dead ducks for a good while now - do LDAP, seriously. –tink Jun 12 '13 at 2:54 | show 2 more comments 2 Answers 2 active I'm still waiting forthat.> If so here it is..And which of these is this "NIS masterdaemon" to which you refer?> Do you think it is necessary to explain> that the terms Issue When running the command make -C /var/yp the output is as follows: $ make -C /var/yp/ make: Entering directory `/var/yp' gmake: Entering directory `/var/yp/STATION11.EXAMPLE.COM' Updating passwd.byname... http://culturahq.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-an-anonymous-level-security-token-window-open.html
Please enter new password: Please retype new password: The NIS password has been changed on nis.sj.company.com. #===# Uptdating NIS database... To keep things brief I'm going to be filtering out the comments in my config files and only showing you the lines that are actually doing anything. Without this, the changes will not be reflected to any of your NIS client. # cd /var/yp # make I recommend that you add this to the root cron job on All commands and daemons invoked by this file with the proper set of command line parameters. https://bugs.debian.org/99364
next host to add: atreides next host to add: arrakis next host to add: The current list of NIS servers looks like this: atreides arrakis Is this correct? [y/n: y] We If this file doesn't exist it issues an RPC broadcast for a server. Become root on the master server. Pen Tester's Programming Style Would we find alien music meaningful?
There is no necessary relationship between the machine and user elements in an entry. Not sure if that will shed any light on the situation, but it seems you may have one bad map which is causing the error.I would run yppush -v and see I must be missing something from it. A default map is a map in the default set created by ypinit from the network databases.
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Be aware that make is very sensitive to the presence or absence of tabs at the beginning of lines within the dependency rules, and a missing tab can invalidate an entry Updating Existing Maps After you have installed NIS, you might discover that some maps require frequent updating while others never need to change. What changes you have made and on which source file. When NIS client contacts a NIS server, it will first check with the portmapper and get the portnumber where the NIS servers is running, and will send the RPC calls to
After logging in, the new user can run passwd at any time to establish a different password. PLEASE ADJUST! #0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 # This line gives access to the local network 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 ----------------------------------- mercury:/etc/ypserv.conf (comments removed) dns: no files: 30 slp: domain slp_timeout: 3600 xfr_check_port: yes -------------------------------------- # Same problem... > > Same procedure on a potato nis works. > > The weird thing is where does /var/yp/internal come from? All the NIS database are stored under /var/yp directory.
If it is not running, start it. # ps -ef | grep ypbind # service ypbind start Verify the NIS server installation by checking whether the passwd file can be accessed check my blog This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way. Reported by: Ingo Juergensmann
Is there a word for turning something into a competition? If this doesn't return the proper domainname. The log says: Dec 5 08:45:47 linuxgenius setsebool: The allow_ypbind policy boolean was changed to 1 by root Dec 5 08:45:47 linuxgenius dbus: [system] Reloaded configuration Dec 5 08:46:32 linuxgenius ypbind: this content Explore Labs Configuration Deployment Troubleshooting Security Additional Tools Red Hat Access plug-ins Red Hat Satellite Certificate Tool Red Hat Insights Increase visibility into IT operations to detect and resolve technical issues
Creating Maps From Standard InputWhen no original text file exists, create the NIS map from the keyboard by typing input to makedbm, as shown below (end with Control-D): ypmaster# cd /var/yp Hi Steven,>>What is the "NIS masterdaemon"? Open Source Communities Comments Helpful Follow Errors while creating individual NIS maps in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Solution Verified - Updated 2014-12-31T16:28:52+00:00 - English No translations currently exist.
Information forwarded to [email protected]: Bug#99364; Package nis. anyway, > the message is below, plus some more comments: Uhm... No further changes may be made. Full text and rfc822 format available.
If you need to reset your password, click here. yphelper: Cannot open /etc/gshadow Updating hosts.byname... Always modify NIS maps only on the master server. have a peek at these guys Changing the order in nsswitch.conf to look up our corporate DNS first caused problems everywhere.
ypxfr on the slave then sends a response to the yppush process indicating whether the transfer succeeded. The /usr/lib/netsvc/yp/ypstart script automatically sets the correct directory option according to the configuration specified in your Makefile. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Where, in which file system, can Ifind one of these "map files"?> After all maps are going to be files.
The notation "4.0.3+" means "release 4.0.3 of the SunOS operating environment or later." The command makedbm -b is a reference to the "-B" variable in the Makefile. If more than oneterm is accurate, then it's ok with me to usethem all. What is the "NIS masterdaemon"? Please enter new password: Please retype new password: The NIS password has been changed on nis.sj.company.com. #===# Uptdating NIS database...
If you choose to edit this file, be especially careful when editing the rpc.yppasswdd command. See Solaris Naming Setup and Configuration Guide for details. NIS is also called as YP. Full text and rfc822 format available.
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