[CentOS] NIS binding probs w/Firewall and SELinux
scott at MIT.EDU
Thu Sep 6 23:58:22 UTC 2007
I have RHEL5 Server originally configured and installed by me with Firewall
enabled, but passing through NFS, Samba, and SSH. I then disabled SELinux.
As you all likely recall, I had configured a test environment to get samba and
nfs/nis up and running. I got it going, and recently brought it to a
After modifying the files on the production server and rebooting, I'm getting
the long pause of the server trying to bind to my yp domain, then failing.
When I finally was able to log in, SELinux warned me that I could get past the
ypbind problem by issuing a command, which I did.
I then restarted ypbind, and got a delay/timeout again.
I'll check the log files tomorrow for any further hints.
Is there a file I can edit to ensure SELinux is disabled? The system was
initially installed with SELinux Enabled, then disabled later by me.
In the meantime, I did find
and will see if that may help.
I think once I get past beyond the security issues, yp will work/bind fine.
Thanks for any help/insights.
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