Then I tried to revert back to the local server. Restarting ypserv had no effect. NIS requests were still sent to the other server. I killed ypbind and restarted it with the full list. All requests were still sent to the other server. I killed ypbind again and restarted it with just the local server in the -S list. The request then were split about half and half with the local server and other server. How does ypbind know about the other server anymore?
I had to kill ypserv on the other server, wait for some requests to timeout (ypbind is a persistent bugger) and then it switched. Surely there has to be an easier way to do this. I am trying to have ypbind use the local server if its working and otherwise one of the other servers. If the local ypbind gets restarted i would like it to revert back to using it.
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