Andrew Gallatin wrote:
> Thyer, Matthew writes:
>  > So the answer is a name service caching daemon ala nscd on Solaris.
>  >
> Or linux.  Apparently, there is an nscd in glibc.  Perhaps somebody
> with motivation could determine if its any good.  If so, they could
> chop it out of glibc, make it into a port & add hooks to our libc for
> it.  (I no longer work at Duke or even use NIS, so that motivated
> person would not be me).

Hmmm.... now where was that motivation pill.... under this huge stack
of work last I saw it.

Seriously, thanks for the info... I may well get motivated once I
get a quiet time.

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