Subject: Re: nsswitch and libnss_winbind
To: Luke Mewburn <email@example.com>
From: Sarton O'Brien <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/30/2007 15:13:53
On Wed, 30 May 2007 02:39:27 pm Luke Mewburn wrote:
> On NetBSD, you can use the getent(1) command to perform lookups
> in the various databases that are switched through nsswitch.conf.
> This should help in testing your nsswitch.conf and /lib/nss_FOO.so
> For example, does 'getent passwd' dump your entire /etc/passwd and
> winbind maps if you're using ``passwd: files winbind'' ?
I mentioned in the first email that I was using 'getent group' for testing.
This unfortunately yields no results other than that of the system group
Using jabberd2 with pam auth shows that pam_winbind is working, it's just not
submitting the username correctly but that's another issue.
Using nss_ldap on the same system and testing with getent works flawlessly.
Even if there was a failure to utilise libnss_winbind properly, it would be
reported within winbindd debug. At this point I'm not seeing anything, as if
the library is not where it is suppose to be.
And like I said, I've tried copying, linking and renaming in multiple
locations to no avail.
This problem isn't mission critical, it's more like an option I tried and
moved on from but never-the-less, I could see potential for other things I am
needing to consolidate at a later date.