I believe you're going to want to remove the credentials. The command:Quote:> Hello, I need to remove a SPARC10 workstatin from the NIS domain.
> I have only added, but never removed.
> Is there any special procedure for doing this?
> This workstation is our secondary SAMBA server.
nisaddcred -r <principal-name>
should work. To check do this:
on roothost#nismatch <principal-name>. cred.org_dir
on localhost#nismatch <principal-name>. cred.org_dir
Let me know if this works for you.
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No.Quote:> Hello, I need to remove a SPARC10 workstatin from the NIS domain.
> I have only added, but never removed. Is there any special
> procedure for doing this?
Even it is a NIS server (ie. has a copy of the files in
/var/yp/`domainname`), you only need to remove it from the "ypservers"
PS. You may want to erase the host from the NIS-maps "hosts" and
"netgroup", if it is going offline.
Does anyone have experience adding linux NIS clients to a Solaris NIS+
server running in NIS compatability mode? I'd like to pitch the idea to
my boss in order to replace/supplement Xterminals with cheap linux
workstations. All my administration experience has been with NIS+. Is it
a configuration headace, security problem, or impossible?