On Tuesday 19 August 2008 08:26:06 Stelios A. wrote: > Hello all, > > I'm going mad with this problem. > Suddenly and without doing any modification 2 particular users cannot > bind on slave ldap. > > Example: > > root@slaveldap:~# id user1 > id: psamara: No such user > > root@slaveldap:~# id user2 > id: idanias: No such user > > root@slaveldap:~# id stelios > uid=1000(stelios) gid=100(users) groups=100(users) > root@slaveldap:~# Well this is not the best way to test and check if your ldap server is giving the data. You should try with ldapsearch, for example: $ ldapsearch -b "dc=domain,dc=com" -D "cn=root,dc=domain,dc=com" -W uid=user1 > > The above commands run fine on the master ldap server. Doing a search > on slaveldap finds both user1 and user2. > Because of the above lookup problem I cannot send emails to those 2 > users as I'm getting the following error from the email server which > is running on the same machine. This is directly related to NSS_LDAP, you should try to debug nss_ldap and ldap server, increase debug at the server side and watch if your nss_ldap is doing the right query. > > Requested action not taken: mailbox unavailable > 550 5.1.1 <email@example.com>: Recipient address rejected: User > unknown in local recipient table > > I have no clue what is going on and how to solve it. I also try to > delete and re-create the users but with same results. > > Any ideas? > > Thanks a lot -- Jorge Armando Medina Computación Gráfica de México Web: www.e-compugraf.com Tel: 55 51 40 72 email: firstname.lastname@example.org GPG Key: 1024D/28E40632 2007-07-26 GPG Fingerprint: 59E2 0C7C F128 B550 B3A6 D3AF C574 8422 28E4 0632
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