FIX! Sssd keeps running after I've done this command, but anyway I have
to do:
# chkconfig sssd on
or it will not start at next boot.

24.03.2014 19:11, Arthur Faizullin пишет:
> OK! everything work right!
> 29.12.2013 13:13, Arthur пишет:
>> Ok. I'll try to check that. I am away right now.
>> 26.12.2013 10:19, Christian Horn пишет:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 11:59:28AM +0600, Arthur Faizullin wrote:
>>>> As I mentioned earlier in my previous topic, when I do:
>>>> # authconfig ­­--enablemkhomedir ­­update
>>>> that somehow makes sssd off (disables autostart), so I should do:
>>>> # chkconfig sssd on
>>>> os: EL6 (CentOS)
>>>> ipa version: 3.0 (from repository)
>>>> That is not a big problem, but anyway that is not right.
>>>> If it is normal way, then it is not mentioned in documentation.
>>> Well, when calling authconfig you do not provide any new data
>>> (IPA servers or such) which could be used by sssd.  Is the following
>>> leaving sssd enabled?
>>>
>>> # authconfig --enablemkhomedir --enablesssd --update
>>>
>>>
>>> Christian
>>>
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