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ns.panther.edu# nisserver M d Undergrad.Panther.Edu. \ h client1.panther.edu
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4. Following the same routine previously outlined for the root master server, populate the tables of the new subdomain server client1.panther.edu:
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client1.panther.edu# nispopulate F p /nis+files \ d Undergrad.Panther.Edu.
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5. Having created a new master server for the new subdomain, create a replica server to ensure service reliability in the event of failure:
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client1.panther.edu# nisclient R d Undergrad.Panther.Edu. \ h client2.panther.edu
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You would need to adapt the process of installing a server for the Undergrad.Panther .Edu. subdomain to create the other subdomain (Graduate.Panther.Edu.), but the general process of setting up a client, converting it to a replica server, and populating the tables would be very similar to this domain. Now that you have investigated how to create subdomains, the next section covers the day-to-day usage of NIS+, and the most commonly used commands that access tables, groups, and objects in the namespace.
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The following examples provide some real-world cases for installing and running NIS/ NIS+, using the name service switch. You might be wondering in a mixed network
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information service environment comprising NIS maps, NIS+ tables, and DNS servers how name services are selected to resolve particular requests. The answer provided in Solaris 2.x is the name service switch, whose configuration is specified in the file /etc/ nsswitch.conf. The name service switch is very useful because it enables you to configure which name service handles specific kinds of requests. It is also possible to specify more than one kind of service for every kind of request: thus, if a request fails on the default service, it can be applied to a different service. For example, to resolve hostnames, many sites have at least some local hostnames statically hardwired into the /etc/hosts database. In addition, many sites connected to the Internet use DNS to resolve hostnames. Where does this leave the relative sophistication of NIS+ namespaces, or the legacy of NIS maps The answer is that files, DNS, NIS, and NIS+ can be configured to be selected as the first, second, third, and fourth choices as the default name service for resolving hosts in /etc/nsswitch.conf. For example, the line
hosts: files dns nisplus nis
indicates that the /etc/hosts file should be consulted first, and if a match cannot be found for a hostname, try DNS second. If DNS fails to resolve, then NIS+ should be tried. As a last resort, NIS map resolution can be attempted. This is a useful setup for a network that makes great use of the Internet and relies less on NIS+ and NIS. Of course, many NIS+ advocates would suggest using the line
hosts: nisplus nis files dns
since this ensures that NIS+ is always selected over the /etc/hosts database or DNS. In addition to host resolution, nsswitch.conf also allows the configuration of 14 other options, which roughly correspond to the contents of the NIS+ tables and/or the NIS maps. A NIS+ oriented nsswitch.conf file would look like this:
passwd: files nisplus group: files nisplus hosts: nisplus dns [NOTFOUND=return] files services: nisplus [NOTFOUND=return] files networks: nisplus [NOTFOUND=return] files protocols: nisplus [NOTFOUND=return] files rpc: nisplus [NOTFOUND=return] files ethers: nisplus [NOTFOUND=return] files netmasks: nisplus [NOTFOUND=return] files bootparams: nisplus [NOTFOUND=return] files publickey: nisplus netgroup: nisplus automount: nisplus files aliases: nisplus files sendmailvars: nisplus files
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Network Information Service (NIS/NIS+)
In most of the resolution scenarios shown in this listing, NIS+ is consulted before the files, except for the password and group information. In addition, DNS is listed as a host resolution method after NIS+. However, it would also be possible to implement a bare-bones system that relies only on files for most resource information and DNS for name resolution:
passwd: files group: files hosts: dns [NOTFOUND=return] files networks: files protocols: files rpc: files ethers: files netmasks: files bootparams: files publickey: files netgroup: files automount: files aliases: files services: files sendmailvars: files
The [NOT FOUND=return] entry ensures that if the first source fails (dns in this case), the second source is consulted (in this case, files). Before any other services may be installed, NIS+ requires that the master server for the root domain be created. The master server will primarily be responsible for the management of the NIS+ namespace. For example, for the Panther.Edu. domain, the DNS server (ns.panther.edu) will also be used for NIS+. This means that the nisserver script can be executed on the DNS server system (ns.panther.edu) in order to initialize the master server for the root domain:
ns.panther.edu# nisserver r d Panther.Edu. This script sets up this machine "ns" as an NIS+ root master server for domain Panther.Edu.. Domain name NIS+ group NIS (YP) compatibility Security level : : : : Panther.Edu. admin.Panther.Edu. OFF 2=DES
Is this information correct (type 'y' to accept, 'n' to change) y This script will set up your machine as a root master server for domain Panther.Edu. without NIS compatibility at security level 2. Use "nisclient -r" to restore your current network service environment. Do you want to continue (type 'y' to continue, 'n' to exit this script)
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