Description of Problem:
nscd is not started at boottime causing slow DNS/YP lookups on systems. Doing a
chkconfig and a ntsysv shows no nscd around, however it is installed and the
file /etc/init.d/nscd does exist.
doing a chkconfig --list nscd gave the following error:
[root@glasya init.d]# chkconfig --list nscd
service nscd supports chkconfig, but is not referenced in any runlevel (run
'chkconfig --add nscd')
Doing that added the service. I think the RPM doesnt have the correct command in it?
I also edited the header of the file to match the other init.d entries that show
up on my machine (only 34 out of 44) in case that was the problem. Will add as
Created attachment 78505 [details]
Version in line with other entries.
I am going to consider this not a problem with how Red Hat wants nscd to be
turned on via tools.