Try starting ldap first, using rc.d magic.
Try putting 'bind-policy soft" (sp?) in your nss_ldap.conf, ldap.conf

On 8/11/06, Pramod Venugopal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have a FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE system configured as a Samba Server with
an OpenLDAP backend. I have configured nss_ldap to allow local user
authentication via LDAP.

However if I reboot this machine for any reason, the bootup process
gets stuck on named. If I Ctrl-C out of named, it gets stuck again on

However, if i put the original nsswitch.conf back, the machine boots
up fine and i have to copy the old nsswitch.conf back to get local
user authentication.

Here is the updated nsswitch.conf file:
passwd: files ldap
group: files ldap

 From looking at the logs, it looks like these processes are trying
to access the ldap server which isnt up since it has not started yet.
Is there any way I can get past this (other than using the original
nsswitch.conf and changing back manually)?

Thanks in advance,

Pramod Venugopal

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