nss_ldap attempts to bind to ldap before rcnetwork starts?
Hey guys, I'm having abit of an issue getting my server to succesfully bind to ldap.
Looking at my dmesg logs, I can see nss_ldap is attempting to contact my ldap server before ifup/ rcnetwork has even started:
[ 34.292746] systemd: nss_ldap: failed to bind to LDAP server ldap://dc006.digital.com: Can't contact LDAP server
[ 34.292755] systemd: nss_ldap: reconnecting to LDAP server (sleeping 4 seconds)...
[ 34.305190] ifup: Service network not started and mode 'auto' -> skipping
[EDIT]I am sure my ldap configuration is okay, I simpy copied it from a working configuration in our OpenSUSE 11.4 server to our new OpenSUSE 12.1.
I'm sure I can fix this with chkconfig.. Problem is, I'm not sure which service in suse corresponds to nss_ldap, so I don't know which one to chkconfig. (I know in rhel its slapd.)
I've configured this successfully on rhel6 without any problems. I am a bit new to SUSE, any help in this issue is greatly appreciated.
Greg from the Suse forums, and a couple dudes from the freenode #suse channel recommended removing systemd in place of sysvinit. I was given the following link:
openSUSE:Managing Systemd - openSUSE
Unfortnately, removing systemd did not seem like a sound option.. zypper prompted me to remove 386MB worth of dependencies.. They were mostly install patterns, one of which I already had to remove. However, there were a couple packages I did not want to get rid of, i.e. acpid, samba, a couple more I can't think of off the top of my head.
So, I just settled with adding 'init=/sbin/sysvinit' to my grub kernel cmd-line parameter.
nss_ldap is now able to bind to my ldap server without issues :) Now, if I can only get getent passwd to work... (another matter for another forum).
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