That looks to have done the trick! (no restart needed) thank you
On Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 1:43 PM, Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com> wrote:
> Marc Wiatrowski wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 3:46 PM, Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com
>> <mailto:rcrit...@redhat.com>> wrote:
>> Marc Wiatrowski wrote:
>> In trying to script some changes for automount locations. I've
>> 'ipa automountlocation-tofiles' doesn't seem to return
>> everything. As
>> an example:
>> $ ipa automountlocation-tofiles office | grep abg
>> returns nothing for abg. Yes, I have run this without the grep
>> looked, piped everything to a file and looked. Still nothing for
>> abg and
>> no errors I can see. There are several maps out of about 150
>> that don't
>> show up with automountlocation-tofiles.
>> However through the web gui they're there and they're there by
>> specifically looking for them. Also works with the clients and
>> $ ipa automountkey-show office auto.workers --all --key abg
>> Key: abg
>> Mount information: server1:/path1/workers/&
>> description: abg
>> objectclass: automount, top
>> Its been easy enough to manually change the few the that don't get
>> caught by the dump, but been wondering... Any one have an idea?
>> Does auto.workers show at all?
>> Are the ones that don't show consistent? Are they related in any way?
>> Thanks, rob
>> Yes auto.workers shows and lists out about 150 entries. I was trying to
>> keep it cleaner and not inadvertently reveal something confidential by
>> not showing the whole dump.
>> Not to say there isn't, but I don't see anything making them related,
>> key or map.
>> I'll throw in there are 3 ipa servers. Each show the same results.
> The tofiles command does some internal searches. I wonder if some of those
> are getting truncated results.
> You might try: ipa config-mod --searchrecordslimit=200
> You'll probably need to restart httpd for this new limit to take affect.
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