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CentOS 6.2 ldap client -> CentOS 5.8 server = all fields *but* password (kinda)?
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- Subject: CentOS 6.2 ldap client -> CentOS 5.8 server = all fields *but* password (kinda)?
- From: Phillippe Welsh <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 07:40:34 -0500
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I know C6 client -> C5 ldap server works. I have a couple of systems
that do it. I have one crazy system that just went into production that
does not properly authenticate. Here is the scenario:
1. "getent passwd" will show *all* users *and* passwords.
2. "getent passwd USERNAME" will show all user info and *NOT* the
password(the field is a "*").
Has anyone come across this behavior? There must be some option I messed
up and did not realize it. I have checked for differences from a working
system in nsswitch.conf, authconfig, sssd.conf, pam_ldap.conf,
nslcd.conf and ldap.conf with no luck. I have looked at "rpm -V
openldap" and "rpm -V openldap-clients" with no luck. This is making me
crazy! It has to be something simple.
Additionally, I have "nscd -i passwd" and tried to stop/start both the
nslcd and nscd daemons. Google has not been of very much help with the
pattern of search I've tried so far, either...
Thanks for any help