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That was a simple solution. And i'm missing some man pages :(
bobr@cassie.Sugar-land.Wireline.SLB.COM ( Bob Reardon )
jgotobed@LPL.Arizona.EDU (Joe Gotobed)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric M. Stone)
email@example.com (Mark A. Davis-LCS)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Radcliff)
rleberle@Auspex.com (Rainer Leberle)
Reto Lichtensteiger <email@example.com>
<> We have a NIS master running on a SunOs 4.1.3. How can i manage that the
<> master will bind to himself, not to a slave server running in the LAN?
<> Is this possible?
- From rc.local:
# Make sure that the NIS server binds to itself.
# Binding to any other servers might compromise
# the NIS reliability. `hostname` is not used
# because it will trigger NIS lookup before NIS
# is settled.
if [ -f /etc/security/passwd.adjunct ]; then
ypbind -s -ypsetme; echo -n ' ypbind'
ypbind -ypsetme; echo -n ' ypbind'
Voila! No more problems. I would check if this is similar on your machine,
any other setup doesn't make sense (imho). I also re-configured all slave
Thanx for all hints.
"It's 206 ms to Chicago, we've got a full disk of GIFs, half a meg of
hypertext, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses."
"Click it." -- <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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