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Re: Ldap users "not seen" by application

> Topics to read up on would include PAM, Name Service Switch (NSS), and
> the getent(1) manpage (getent passwd <user>).
> It sounds like you have an ldap PAM module configured, but no ldap NSS
> module, of which you have several options. OpenLDAP maintains one such
> piece of software called nssov, which is located in the
> contrib/slapd-modules/ directory within the source.
> --
> Dan White

The nsswitch.conf contains this :

passwd:     files ldap
shadow:     files ldap
group:      files ldap

I don't know what other parameter should be set ...

getent passwd / group / shadow works perfectly.


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