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nisdomainname


       domain
       ypdomainname - set or  display  name  of  current  NIS(YP)
       domain


SYNOPSYS

       domainname [ domain ]
       nisdomainname [ domain ]
       ypdomainname [ domain ]


DESCRIPTION

       Without  an  argument, domainname displays the name of the
       current NIS domainname of the system.  domainname uses the
       getdomainname(2) function for getting the domainname, nis­
       domainname      and      ypdomainname      are       using
       yp_get_default_domain(3).

       Only  the  super-user  can  set  the name of the domain by
       specifying the new domain as an argument. All  three  pro­
       grams  uses  setdomainname(2) for this. Bear in mind, that
       already running programs  may  continue  to  use  the  old
       domainname.


SEE ALSO

       getdomainname(2),                        setdomainname(2),
       yp_get_default_domain(3), ypbind(8), ypcat(1), ypmatch(1),
       ypwhich(1), yppoll(8), ypserv(8), yset(8)


AUTHOR

       domainname  is  part  of  the  yp-tools package, which was
       written by Thorsten Kukuk <kukuk@suse.de>.

YP Tools 2.8                 May 1999               domainname(8)
  

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