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Reboot the system then to repeat the error

study unix
Regular Advisor

Reboot the system then to repeat the error

Hi ,
reboot the system and then to repeat the same error more and more again,
pls kindly give your solution for it, thanks!
01.06 20:56:28 ming pid=7565 /usr/lib/netsvc/yp/ypbind
NIS: server not responding for domain "research"; still trying
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study unix
Regular Advisor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

who can give some sguesstion?
sarfaraj ahmad
Trusted Contributor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

Hi,

are you able to query your DNS and NIS server from this node which is giving error?
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

You need to fix your NIS server.
Or boot into single user mode and disable NIS.
Or see if control-\ skips the current step and then finishes the rc(1m) files.
study unix
Regular Advisor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

Hi,
the problem has been resolved,
the way is to run command as below,
/sbin/init.d/nis.server stop
/sbin/init.d/nis.client stop
/sbin/init.d/nis.server start
/sbin/init.d/nis.client start
study unix
Regular Advisor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

Hi,
how to query your DNS and NIS server from this nodeï¼ who know?
Viktor Balogh
Honored Contributor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

Hello,

>the problem has been resolved,
>the way is to run command as below,

This just turns off NIS temporarily. To turn it off permanently, (that is, not to start it at the next reboot) set the following lines in /etc/rc.config.d/namesvrs:

# grep "^NIS_" /etc/rc.config.d/namesvrs
NIS_MASTER_SERVER=0
NIS_SLAVE_SERVER=0
NIS_CLIENT=0
NIS_DOMAIN=
NIS_CACHEMGR_OPTIONS=""
#

Regards,
Viktor
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Unix operates with beer.
Viktor Balogh
Honored Contributor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

>how to query your DNS and NIS server from this nodeï¼ who know?

to query the NIS server:

# ypwhich
#

to query the DNS server, use the nslookup command like this:

# nslookup host-to-query dnsserver

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Unix operates with beer.
study unix
Regular Advisor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

Hi Viktor,

Run comman ybwhich not any response, it exists in HPUX system?

# man ybwhich
No manual entry for ybwhich.

# ybwhich
sh: ybwhich: not found.
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Reboot the system then to repeat the error

>sh: ybwhich: not found.

That's ypwhich.