From: Dan White [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, March 08, 2013 4:49 PM
To: Rodney Simioni
Subject: Re: getent passwd inconsistent loginShell with ldapsearch
On 03/08/13 16:14 -0500, Rodney Simioni wrote:
When I do a 'getent check72 passwd' I get:
What do you expect to see here?
Presumably you are expecting to either see the password hash value, or an "x"
instead of "*".
If so, you could have an ACL misconfiguration, or a problem with your ldap nss module.
But when I do a ldapsearch command I get:
# check72, people, wh.local
cn: Johnny Appleseed
You're seeing /bin/bash in your getent output. That must be an nss ldap problem.
Are you sure that 'check72' does not exist in /etc/passwd (or another nss
[>>>>>>>>] I'm sure it does not exist in /etc/passwd
# check72, group, wh.local
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