[CentOS] NIS problems
scott at MIT.EDU
Wed Oct 17 22:57:49 UTC 2007
On Thu, 18 Oct 2007, Clint Dilks wrote:
> Scott Ehrlich wrote:
>> I've got a RHEL5 server acting as a NIS/NFS server, and connected one C5
>> machine just fine.
>> I'm trying to connect another, and for the life of me, cannot figure out
>> why NIS won't bind. NFS works fine. ypbind just hangs. I disabled
>> SELinux and the firewall. I just cannot get it to bind.
> Hi do you have the appropriate entry in /etc/hosts for ypserv on NIS Server ?
Yep. This is on a small lan - /etc/hosts acts as local dns.
The error is the one when ypinit -s server hasn't been run. I've had two
successful runs on 32-bit C5 adding said 32-bit hosts to the network, but
this one 64-bit C5 system is giving me the NIS problems. I can ssh, ping,
and doing anything else I want. Again, the 32-bit hosts work fine against
the server. This one 64-bit machine is simply giving me the NIS
Thanks for any/all ideas.
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