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By Mike Eisler, Ricardo Labiaga, Hal Stern
Cross-platform dossier sharing less than community dossier procedure (NFS) is so trustworthy that during so much enterprises, it really works pretty well unattended. Ditto for the listing prone that community info process (NIS) offers. dealing with NFS and NIS is for those that need to know extra approximately how NFS and NIS do their very important paintings, and the way to lead them to function in strange conditions. all in favour of the Solaris and Linux implementations of NFS and NIS, this booklet is perfect for the Unix method administrator who is acquainted with TCP/IP networking and daily approach management. the second one variation of this booklet gets rid of a lot of the programming fabric that seemed in its predecessor and replaces it with info on NFS three, its help of IPsec and Kerberos safety, and its operation below Solaris 8.This is a blue O'Reilly booklet, packed to the gunwales with details of curiosity to humans in a rush to optimize their platforms and get to the bottom of problems. it is easy to find the passage you wish through the index or throughout the desk of contents, and such a lot entries offer a very good mixture of how-to fabric (in the shape of input-and-output listings) and explanatory textual content (expert observation, frequently with notes on acceptable variations). If there is a command, choice, or configuration parameter linked to NIS or NFS, you will find documentation of it the following.
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These files are read first, and if an appropriate entry isn't found in the local file, the corresponding NIS map is consulted. For example, when a user logs in, an NIS client will first look up the user's login name in the local passwd file; if it does not find anything that matches, it will refer to the NIS passwd map. Although the replaced files aren't consulted once NIS is running, they shouldn't be deleted. In particular, the /etc/hosts file is used by an NIS client during the boot process, before it starts NIS, but is ignored as soon as NIS is running.
Solaris 8 includes a fully integrated LDAP client, but no server. Moreover, LDAP is more complex to administer than other directory services. NIS is perhaps the easiest to administer, but it is also the most limited. It is, however, the universal directory for Unix systems. 29 Managing NFS and NIS DNS is the standard for hostnames and addresses, and you'll find it handy for accessing hosts outside your domain. NIS+ has gained some acceptance among other non-Solaris Unix operating systems, including HP's HP-UX, IBM, AIX, and Linux.
It's also important to realize that nicknames are recognized by only two NIS utilities: ypmatch and ypcat. byname map. On the master NIS server, this map is not based on any single source file, but instead is derived from information in the group, password, and hosts files, via /var/yp/Makefile. It contains one entry for each user in the password file. The data associated with the username is a list of every group to which the user belongs. The netid is used to determine group memberships quickly when 42 Managing NFS and NIS a user logs in.