When you run yppasswd "username" the password gets changed
and then the deamon dies. ie rpc.yppasswdd. A core gets
generated. If you restart the deamon you can then change
another password before it then dies. We are running this on
a Compaq Proliant 5500 dual 400 zeons. I sent mail to
Thursten and he says that he can't duplicate it and is not
going to do anything to fix it because he needs to see more
Fixed in ypserv-18.104.22.168-2.
*** Bug 3478 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I have found that rpc.yppasswdd dies every time you run
I have confirmed this with several other members of
Thorsten Kukuk had no answer as he can not replicate the
problem on their
os. I have updated the yp tools to the latest
ypserv-22.214.171.124 vintage and
the problem remains.
The mail list members that are experiencing the same problem
that I am, all
agree that it has nothing to do with pilot error on yp
as we get the same errors on hpux, Tru64UNIX, Redhat Linux,
etc etc etc.
*** Bug 3826 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I'm running an NIS master with the rpc.yppasswdd deamon
running (started from /etc/rc/init.d/yppasswdd). Every
time a user uses yppasswd to change his/her password, the
rpc.yppasswdd correctly makes the change and then dies.
Happens every time. I then have to manually restart
rpc.yppasswdd, but then after the next user uses yppasswd,
rpc.yppasswdd is dead again.
Surely there is a reason for this? Any ideas?
System: RedHat 6.0 in Intel PII machines.
*** Bug 4724 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
When I try to change a NIS password, the first time all goes
right. Before the password change, the YPPASSWD service
stops, resulting in an RPC's Unable to receive error.
I've managed to partially solution this problem editing
the /etc/rc.d/init.d/yppasswd script and creating another
script that calls the previous script after the yppasswd