On Fri, 2012-06-15 at 15:19 +0200, Sigbjorn Lie wrote: > Hi, > > I've seen cron jobs on some of our machines not being run after they we're > migrated to IPA. The > machines in question has not been restarted after they we're migrated from > NIS to IPA. > > These are RHEL 6 machines. The users that has the crontab that's not run, was > in NIS, and the same > account having the same UID/GID exists in IPA. Cron jobs for local accounts > run as they did before > migrating to IPA. > > Jun 15 13:53:01 hostname crond: (username) ORPHAN (no passwd entry) > > Restarting the cron daemon solves the issue, and the cron jobs immediately > starts running again. > > Has anyone else seen this issue?
Running daemons cannot pick up changes to /etc/nsswitch.conf. They have to be restarted. This is a long-standing bug in glibc (well, the glibc upstream doesn't consider it a bug, but their users do).
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