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Re: logging in as root takes ages...

Le mer 12/03/2003 à 15:11, Bill Dossett a écrit :
> Hi,
> I think this might be more of a Redhat Linux
> problem than anything else, but thought perhaps
> someone has seen this proglem as well when
> using ldap...
> I've currently only got one ldap server... so,
> when it is not available and I try to log into
> one of my other redhat systems that authenticates
> via my ldap server it takes ages to login... this
> is using the root account which is not in ldap but
> it the passwd/shado/group files.

in /etc/pam.d/system-auth, change the line :
account required /lib/security/pam_unix.so
into :
account sufficient /lib/security/pam_unix.so

maybe it will work...

if it doesn't, post your system-auth config file,
or search the pam_ldap mailing list archive, I believe it has been
discussed there


> My nsswitch.conf has:
> passwd:     files nisplus ldap
> shadow:     files nisplus ldap
> group:      files nisplus ldap
> and the root password etc is in the files
> which are  listed first.... so I am at a loss as to why
> it should take 2 - 3 minutes, and sometimes
> just times out logging in?
> Has anyone else seen  this and know of any
> fixes for it?
> Thanks
> Bill Dossett