Since installing the latest version of NIS, our cluster has been
sending out these messages all during the day:
yp_all: clnt_call: RPC: Unable to receive; errno = Connection reset by peer
These appear as a result of cron jobs "/sbin/rmmod -as"
and "run-parts /etc/cron.hourly".
When I run these commands manually, I do not get this message.
This message does not seem to occur every time the cron is
scheduled, and it happens on all of the machines, including
The machines nor the yp master were not down when these messages
occurred, and I have restarted the yp services to no avail -- these
messages continue to occur at different times throughout the day.
Even as soon as we get one of these cron messages, I can still
login into the yp domain as a user & rcp files with no problem.
The machines (pentium IIIs & alpha boxes) all have RedHat 6.0 installed.
The versions of yp that are running are the following:
ypserv - NYS YP Server version 1.3.9 (with tcp wrapper)
ypbind version 3.3-glibc5
yp-tools-2.2-1 is installed across the board.
Does anyone have any advice on this situation? These messages
are getting bothersome. I really don't know if NIS is hosed
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Frances J. Lawas-Grodek |
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