Why it still isn't fixed is anybody's guess. LDAP client configuration fileThe LDAP client configuration file /etc/ldap.conf is read by pam_ldap and nss_ldap as well as other LDAP clients. Tim Keitt (tkeitt) wrote on 2006-10-30: #6 I can confirm this in edgy. Bye. http://gsbook.org/ldap-server/nscd-nss-ldap-could-not-connect-to-any-ldap-server-as.php
If I remove the LDAP user's crontab and reboot, the messages aren't generated. user.err: Sep 18 11:24:35 nscd: nss_ldap: could not connect to any LDAP server as uid=example,dc=com - Can't contact LDAP server But on restarting the NSCD and SLAPD it starts working, but Comment 6 Tom London 2009-06-10 16:21:15 EDT Not sure.... Share this:ShareClick to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new
then everything works fine (and this is with setting bind_policy back to hard). FWIW, gdm must do some kind of polling to get the user list as I can switch to vc/2, restore my backup files, then switch back to vc/1 and voila, my My disk is going to fill up soon and it will be better if I do something now itself..:) If there is any kind of other information required to solve this How to choose origin in rotational problems to calculate torque?// Is torque frame dependent?
A quick workaround to avoid unduly delays when using nss_ldap is to blacklist the users messagebus have to switch to, although this list will need to be updated every time a Is it possible to see animals from space? This is similar, but not the same levels as mentioned in but 232699. Nscd: Nss_ldap: Could Not Search Ldap Server - Server Is Unavailable Known limitsAs it is for NIS with a single master server (no slave servers), LDAP without a replication mechanism represents a single point of failure for the authentication system.
What are those "sticks" on Jyn Erso's back? groups video, audio, pulse, etc) Comment 38 Simo Sorce 2009-12-01 17:11:24 EST I agree local groups are sort of special, it's the other way around that makes little sense (local user For most configurations, it doesn't need to be edited. http://serverfault.com/questions/669919/ldap-client-can-connect-to-ldap-host-but-cant-see-ldap-users What is chown looking up that cannot be satisfied by /etc/passwd and /etc/group and isn't suppressed by nss_initgroups_ignoreusers?
Comment 54 Bug Zapper 2010-11-04 07:13:24 EDT This message is a reminder that Fedora 12 is nearing its end of life. Ldap-auth-config And no more long pause on bootup! Although nss_ldap is the more common so far. If I set "host", things start working.
Now something clicked inside my head and I moved the nscd service to start before messagebus service. For your use-case, the invocation would look something like: # authconfig --update --enableldap --ldapserver=ldap.example.com --ldapbasedn=
Comment 30 Colin Walters 2009-12-01 11:05:27 EST (In reply to comment #29) > (In reply to comment #28) > > Seeing the comments coming in... http://gsbook.org/ldap-server/getent-nss-ldap-could-not-connect-to-any-ldap-server-as.php Although > > nss_ldap is the more common so far. > > Ok. Hi! PAM Layout
All this with hardy/i386 April 7, 2008 Guy Van Sanden (gvs) wrote on 2008-04-07: Re: [Bug 51315] Re: udevd: nss_ldap: failed to bind to LDAP server #53 Debian Etch showed the From my point of view, this is resolved (and Fedora 12 is nearing EOL so doubtful anyone will invest effort to fix it there if it's still an issue). EDIT: I see the following in /var/log/auth.log on the client machine. http://gsbook.org/ldap-server/nss-ldap-could-not-connect-to-any-ldap-server-as-cn-admin.php We could potentially custom patch dbus to access /etc/passwd directly too of course, but it seems possible other daemons would have similar problems, such as sshd.
Also, as pointed out previously several times now, the messagebus startup hang waiting on ldap before networkmanager has started the network interfaces was not an issue in F11. Can T Contact Ldap Server Operation Now In Progress To test, I clicked on it and logged in as my wife (no home directory, but she is in LDAP). Oct 9 17:06:47 juno cron: nss_ldap: could not connect to any LDAP server as cn=admin,dc=artefactual,dc=com - Can't contact LDAP server Oct 9 17:06:47 juno cron: nss_ldap: failed to bind to LDAP
Workaround: inserting the following 2 lines in /etc/rc.local: sleep 15 /etc/init.d/cron restart until finding the correct pam/ldap/nsswitch files configuration... Aaargh! LDAP configuration is set up correctly and LDAP server returns correct entries. Pam_ldap: Ldap_simple_bind Can't Contact Ldap Server Comment 32 Colin Walters 2009-12-01 13:36:58 EST (In reply to comment #31) > The problem is generally the initgroups call. > that calls gives you a user name not a uid.
Do those files look good? –Gaios Feb 19 '15 at 17:00 @AaronCopley: sudo /etc/init.d/nscd restart works fine. If the user is in the passwd file, but a LDAP lookup is being made anyway, even though the user has already been found in the passwd file, then isn't that I'm losing trust in enterprise capabilities of ubuntu.... navigate to this website PAM LDAP Installation and ConfigurationTo compile and install pam_ldap, do the following:$ ./configure --with-ldap-lib=netscape4 \ --with-ldap-dir=/usr/local/ldapsdk $ make # make installThe configure switch
I think what needs to happen is for the bind_policy to be changed to soft (this worked here). So for example, any service started before 'network' at startup could hang if it needs to do a getpwnam() function call. Initgroups calls always span all NSS modules as the call basically is a search for all groups the user belongs to. Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) on 2009-06-29 Changed in libnss-ldap (Ubuntu): assignee: Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) → nobody status: In Progress → New Roy Jamison (xteejx) wrote on 2009-06-29: #60 Should be a Confirmed
GameObject with Audio File called with FindGameObjectWithTag returns "Object reference not set to an instance of an object" How should night time be determined and logged in a fast westbound plane? jablko (ms419) wrote on 2009-10-08: #5 Thanks Chuck, as far as I know I'm still experiencing this problem - I'll try modifying nsswitch.conf as you suggest and check if that corrects Have you tried adding the following to your /etc/nsswitch.conf: passwd: files ldap [UNAVAIL=return] group: files ldap [UNAVAIL=return] Regards chuck Changed in libnss-ldap (Ubuntu): importance: Undecided → Low status: New → Incomplete How to change the schema of stored procedure without recreating it Shortest auto-destructive loop Is the effect of dollar sign the same as textit?
dbus-daemon: nss_ldap: reconnecting to LDAP server (sleeping 32 seconds)... LDAP server is a separate machine which is up and configured fine. I'd like to say I've 'solved' my problem - I'm not sure this bug is the right one for what I was experiencing.