/etc/yp.conf - NIS binding configuration file
The file /etc/yp.conf is read from ypbind(8) at startup or when receiving signal SIGHUP. The entries are used for the initial binding. Valid entries are
domain nisdomain server hostnameUse server hostname for the domain nisdomain. You could have more then one entry of this type for a single domain.
domain nisdomain broadcastUse broadcast on the local net for domain nisdomain.
domain nisdomain slpQuery the local running SLP server for hosts running ypserv and distributing nisdomain. This option is only available, if ypbind was compiled with SLP support.
ypserver hostnameUse server server for the local domain.
broadcastIf no other server is given or all of them are not reachable, try a broadcast call for the default domain to find a server.
If for a specific domain the broadcast option and fixed server are given, ypbind-mt tries at first the given servers before falling back to broadcasting for a running server.
ypbind-mt was written by Thorsten Kukuk <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
|ypbind-mt Version 1.19||yp.conf (5)||February 2004|