[CentOS] LDAP / NSCD shadow caching problem

Thu Jul 15 17:04:43 UTC 2010
Gordon Messmer <yinyang at eburg.com>

On 07/15/2010 08:37 AM, Brian Marshall wrote:
> Yes but I have worked in many organizations that use directory
> services for authentication and my machines with them have always
> cached authentication data so I can login if I'm not online. I can't
> expect laptop users to always have a network connection. If Mac OS
> and Windows can manage to cache network authentication for offline
> use, I can't believe that linux does not have this capability.

Fedora does.  It was introduced in Fedora 13, using sssd.  The standard 
tools should configure sssd rather than nscd.