a problem with setting new machine on th network..
jabalio at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 15 05:03:04 EST 2002
i looked at the file that you askedmme to look into . Although i didnt
understand which part i had to do in it ..because everything in th network
is set up and working.
when i am logged on to main nfs server as root and when i try to look in the
home directory, it would list all directories in th enetwork whose enttries
are in the nis+ table, except the one machine that i set up. The previous
sys admin guy told that i have to add the entry by doing nistbladm -a ....,
he also said thati could take a look atthe existing entries by doing
something like niscat ....
butthe name he said which i assume that wass the table name , when i did
niscat follwed by that name , it said not found.
Is there a way for me to know what tables are there on my system . I dont
even know if there should be more than 1.
Also even after I find out the table name , what exactly should i type
nisstbladm -a and then what the new machine is called dome.
ALso is procedure called setting up a client or what . because the
documentteaches how to set upa aserver, a client etc. but here everything is
set up just need to add this machine in the table
thanks in advance
>From: Marc Wrubleski <mlwruble at math.ucalgary.ca>
>To: J ji <jabalio at hotmail.com>
>CC: linux-nisplus at lists.samba.org
>Subject: Re: a problem with setting new machine on th network..
>Date: 30 Jul 2002 16:44:16 -0600
>Take a look at
>On Tue, 2002-07-30 at 13:17, J ji wrote:
> > hello guuys,
> > i ahve a problem. I have an existing network set up as a nis+ with
> > on it. Now i have to set up and add a new machine on the network and
> > add it in the nis tables etc.
> > i dont know how to add a new machine . can somebody plz let me know the
> > detailed step by step instruction for me
> > the nfs serevr is a solaris m/c, and all the clients have redhat linux
> > installed on them.
> > thanks in advance,
> > regards
> > jabalio
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