On 3/13/07, Jonathan McKeown <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
The only ``workaround'' I've seen suggested is the parameter introduced recently in nss_ldap: nss_initgroups_ignoreusers
Right, now I remember that once I had this problem too... Another workaround would be to have two different nsswitch.conf files, one with and another without the ldap database entry, and then switch between them as part of ldap start / stop routines. - your system has the nsswitch.conf w/out ldap by default - when ldap starts, it substitutes it with the nsswitch.ch file w/ ldap entries - when ldap stops, it restores the original file
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