On 8.8.2016 13:37, Jan Cholasta wrote:
> On 8.8.2016 13:22, Petr Spacek wrote:
>> client: RPM require initscripts to get *-domainname.service
> IIRC there was a task associated with the ticket to investigate if there is a
> better way of setting the domain name on boot. So... is there?
> AFAIK we set the domain name using authconfig, shouldn't authconfig be in
> charge of enabling any required services?
As far as I can tell, this is the way to set NIS domain in RHEL/Fedora.
authconfig cannot set NIS domain only, it does unwanted additional magic like
enabling rpcbind and ypbind services etc.
Alternative is to drop sysctl file to /etc but I do not like it because it
would not be the Red Hat standard way of doing NIS domain config.
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