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As you can see, there are many similarities in name and function between the NIS maps and the /etc system files they are intended to replace. However, both the /etc files and NIS maps perform poorly under heavy loads, when the number of hosts defined in a specific namespace exceeds several hundred. In this case, it is much more appropriate to bypass NIS and /etc, and move directly to a NIS+ installation where a single table (such as Ethers) replaces the dual lookup system used by NIS (such as ethers.byname and ethers.byaddr).
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Namespace information in NIS+ is stored in tables, which are based around a centralized administration model (even though particular functions can be delegated to specific servers). NIS+ is similar to DNS because it arranges hosts and resources hierarchically into domains, has inbuilt redundancy with master and slave servers, and can store much more information about a network than just its hosts. However, since each host in a domain has many different characteristics and user details that must be recorded and stored centrally, updating these details can be time consuming, and issues like contention in the recording of user and host data often arise. However, NIS+ namespaces can be updated incrementally, as changes occur, so that the entire database does not need to be updated immediately. Changes are entered into a master domain server and are then propagated through time to the rest of the domain. This process is governed by a time-to-live setting similar to that used for DNS. These are the key NIS tables: Auto_Home Comprises an automounter map that facilitates the mounting of a home directory for any user in the local domain. It is commonly used to share a common home directory for a user who has accounts on multiple machines. It is also the cause of some consternation among administrators who attempt to create their users home directories under /home but don t use the automounter! The Auto_Home table has two columns: a common username that is consistent across all machines in a domain, and a physical location for the user s shared home directory. For example, the home directory of user pwatters might be located physically on the server winston, in the directory /u1/export/pwatters. In this case, the entry in Auto_Home would be
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Auto_Master Maps the physical mount points of all the NFS automounter maps in a particular domain to a name. For example, it can be used to map user home directories to /home or /staff using Auto_Home, with either of the following mount points, respectively:
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Bootparams Contains the necessary information to boot and configure any diskless clients in the domain. It contains entries for server-based dump and swap, as well as a root directory, for each client. For example, if there is a diskless
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client called pembroke and it is configured by the server downing, the Bootparams table would contain the following entry:
pembroke root=downing:/export/root/pembroke \ swap=downing:/export/swap/pembroke \ dump=downing:/export/dump/pembroke
Thus, each diskless client will have its own Bootparams table entry and resources available on the server. Ethers Contains entries that associate a hostname with a specific hardware address. For example, if the host freycinet has an Ethernet address of 00:ff:a1:b3:c4:6c, the Ethers table entry would look like this:
00:ff:a1:b3:c4:6c freycinet
For this to be useful, a corresponding entry for freycinet must exist in /etc/hosts. Group Consists of a group name, group password, group ID number, and member list, and stores information about the three kinds of groups accessible by NIS+ clients: Solaris groups (such as staff), NIS+ groups, and netgroups. Hosts Lists all the hosts in a particular domain, matching their IP address with a hostname and an optional nickname. For example, if the host maria has an alias called bruny and has the IP address 192.34.54.3, then the entry in the Hosts table would look like this:
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