[OpenIndiana-discuss] Amnesiac LDAP Configuration
irish at insaneirish.com
Sat Nov 20 05:16:35 UTC 2010
Apparently I wasn't looking at my nsswitch.conf file close enough.
Sure enough, it was getting changed on reboot. I disabled nwam and
statically configured my network settings the "old school" way. I
rebooted, reran ldapclient, and have rebooted several times. Each
time, everything is working on reboot.
Thanks for your help, everyone!
On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 10:55 AM, Patrick O'Sullivan
<irish at insaneirish.com> wrote:
> I will give my nsswitch.conf file a bit more scrutiny and see if I can
> get this to work as well.
> Still curious that ldap/client doesn't start on boot, though.
> On Nov 18, 2010, at 10:02, Jonathan Adams <t12nslookup at gmail.com> wrote:
>> with a good nsswitch.conf I was able to get it working again be
>> re-enabling the service ldap/client which seems to turn off after a
>> I wish it wouldn't since I run a locally mirrored OpenLDAP server so
>> that it works when I'm off site ...
>> Good job I added local users before I set up the LDAP system or I'd
>> have been real goosed over the upgrade to 147.
>> On 18 November 2010 14:56, Chris Ridd <chrisridd at mac.com> wrote:
>>> On 18 Nov 2010, at 14:46, Patrick O'Sullivan wrote:
>>>> /var/ldap/ldap_client_file is populated correctly. Further, it's
>>>> identical to the version that ldapclient backs up in the restore
>>> That seemed to be the case for me as well.
>>>> /etc/nsswitch.conf looks good too.
>>> Maybe this is a different problem?
>>> But it would be interesting if your problem is solved by avoiding nwam.
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