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yp.conf



DESCRIPTION

       The file /etc/yp.conf is read from ypbind(8) at startup or
       when receiving signal SIGHUP.  The entries  are  used  for
       the initial binding.  Valid entries are

       domain nisdomain server hostname
              Use  server hostname for the domain nisdomain.  You
              could have more then one entry of this type  for  a
              single domain.

       domain nisdomain broadcast
              Use  broadcast  on  the local net for domain nisdo­
              main.

       ypserver hostname
              Use server server for the local domain.

       broadcast
              If no other server is given or all of them are  not
              reachable,  try  a  broadcast  call for the default
              domain to find a server.

       If for a specific domain the broadcast  option  and  fixed
       server  are  given,  ypbind-mt  tries  at  first the given
       servers before falling back to broadcasting for a  running
       server.


SEE ALSO

       ypbind(8)


AUTHOR

       ypbind-mt was written by Thorsten Kukuk <kukuk@suse.de>.

ypbind-mt Version 1.14      April 2002                 yp.conf(5)
  




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