Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 181306
nss_ldap is started to early on init
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:24 EST
Right when udev is started, nss_ldap tries to find my ldap server but because
eth0 is not up yet cannot find it. The ugly part is that it goes to the
background after a while but it still prints [failed] and a lot of messages to
[12:59 PM][awjb@alkaid ~]$ rpm -q nss_ldap
Is this improved at all by 248-3's default configuration? This may have been
fixed by #180657.
Hmm, that should be 248-2, which added "nss_initgroups_ignoreusers root,ldap" to
the default configuration.
#180657 is probably the same problem I see. I did a fresh install from
10.2.2006's rawhide tree and my config has the entry you mention... :/
Hmm. If it's not an initgroups() call that's causing nss_ldap to be called on,
then it's either a straight-up user or group lookup, for one which is not
defined in the flat files under /etc. Just to be sure, you're not using
nss_ldap for host resolution, are you?
Nope, just for user,group lookups.
It looks like it's getting stuck looking up the GID of the "nogroup" group,
which doesn't exist. I've filed that as bug #181432.
Hm, I think this one can be closed now... everything is working now with lates
updates... :) Thanks again.