> I've already spent about 4 hourst RTFM on this, and could not come
>up with a solution. What I want is apparently easy. I want to
>GET the owner of a NIS+ table ENTRY. I know how to set it, but
>I could not figure out the opposite.
> Background: I set up my NIS+ maps under Solaris 2.1 and at that
>time some of the ownerships was not set correctly in passwd.org_dir
>and cred.org_dir. Now I'm at 2.3, and I want to clean up the
>whole NIS+ (during previous upgrades I just copied over the /var/nis
The solution came from email@example.com:
niscat -o '[name=person],passwd.org_dir'
It not only solved my problem, but also exploited some other problems
put in by early release of admintool et. al.
-- Gyula P. Szokoly (firstname.lastname@example.org) -------------------------------\ | When I am weaker than you, I ask you for freedom because that is according| |to your principles; when I am stronger than you, I take away your freedom| |because that is according to my principles. -- Frank Herbert|
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