The server is connected via bonding interface.
I guess that could be the problem.
From: Ondrej Valousek
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2016 11:22 AM
Subject: Network coming up slowly causing sssd to fail on startup
Just experiencing troubles when starting machine.
The thing is that by the time sssd starts, network is not quite ready -
sometimes Cisco switches take up to few seconds to negotiate speed, etc ->
network sysinit script already finishes (could happen if you have static IP,
right?), sssd comes up, got offline, the automounter starts and fails to mount
Have you ever seen this?
Who to blame? Network init scripts or sssd?
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