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setting up domain information "Panther.Edu." ... setting up switch information ... running nisinit ... This machine is in the "Panther.Edu." NIS+ domain. Setting up root server . starting root server at security level 0 to create credentials... running nissetup to create standard directories and tables ... running nissetup to create standard directories and tables ... org_dir.Panther.Edu. created groups_dir.Panther.Edu. created passwd.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created group.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created auto_master.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created auto_home.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created bootparams.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created cred.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created ethers.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created hosts.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created ipnodes.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created mail_aliases.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created sendmailvars.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created netmasks.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created netgroup.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created networks.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created protocols.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created rpc.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created services.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created timezone.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created client_info.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created auth_attr.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created exec_attr.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created prof_attr.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created user_attr.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created audit_user.org_dir.Panther.Edu. created adding credential for ns.Panther.Edu... Enter login password: creating NIS+ administration group: admin.Panther.Edu. ... adding principal ns.Panther.Edu. to admin.Panther.Edu. ... restarting NIS+ root master server at security level 2 ... starting NIS+ password daemon ... starting NIS+ cache manager ...
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This system is now configured as a root server for domain Panther.Edu. You can now populate the standard NIS+ tables by using the nispopulate script or /usr/lib/nis/nisaddent command.
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That s all that is required for NIS+ support. However, to enable support for NIS clients within the domain, you would need to use the following command instead:
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Now that you have reviewed the configuration of NIS+, and the main tables that are used to define a NIS+ domain, you are ready to examine how to use NIS+ effectively to manage hosts and resources within a domain. As you have seen, many different objects can be managed and identified within a NIS+ domain, and there are several commands that are used to access them: nisdefaults nischmod nisls Displays the NIS+ settings for the local client system
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Used to perform object lookups and queries
niscat Displays the contents of table entries and can be used to examine NIS+ objects in detail
nisdefaults
The current settings for a local client system and the active user can be displayed by using the nisdefaults command. The nisdefaults command is commonly used when attempting to troubleshoot an error, such as a user s credentials not being correctly authenticated from the Passwd table. As an example, take a look at the nisdefaults command for the host comorin when executed by the user walter:
comorin$ nisdefaults Principal Name : walter.develop.panther.edu. Domain Name : develop.panther.edu. Host Name : comorin.develop.panther.edu. Group Name : develop Access Rights : ----rmcdr---r--Time to live : 11:00:00 Search Path : develop.panther.edu. panther.edu.
The output of the nisdefaults command can be interpreted in the following way: The principal user is walter, who belongs to the NIS+ domain develop.panther.edu. The primary domain name is develop.panther.edu.
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The hostname of the local system is comorin.develop.panther.edu. The user walter s primary group is develop. The time-to-live setting is 11 hours. The client s access rights within the domain are stated. The search path starts with the current nonroot domain (develop.panther.edu), followed by the root domain (panther.edu). The access rights stated for the user in this example are outlined in more detail in the next section.
nischmod
Every user has a set of access rights for accessing objects within the network. The notation for setting and accessing object permissions is very similar to that used for Solaris file systems. The following permissions may be set on any object, or may be defined as the default settings for a particular client:
c d m r
Sets create permission Sets delete permission Sets modify permission Sets read permission
The nischmod command is used to set permissions on objects within the domain. The following operands are used to specify access rights for specific classes of users:
a g n o w
All (all authenticated and unauthenticated users) Group Nobody (all unauthenticated users) Object owner World (all authenticated users)
There are two operators that can be used to set and remove permissions:
Sets a permission Removes a permission
Some examples of how permission strings are constructed will clarify how these operators and operands are combined for use with the nischmod command. The following command removes all modify (m) and create (c) access rights on the Passwd table for all unauthenticated (n) users:
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