All About Administering NIS+, 2nd edition
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NIS+ (Network Information Service Plus –) is a new network information service that is part of SunSoft's Open Network Computing Plus (ONC+ –) suite of products — which is installed on over 3.1 million nodes worldwide. NIS+ is available on Solaris –2.x — whether Intel –-or SPARC –- based, and is portable to other operating systems that support ONC RPC or ONC+ transport- independent RPC (TI-RPC –). This is THE authoritative guide to administering NIS+. KEY TOPICS: Compares NIS+ to DNS and NIS; explains the structure of NIS+ — what it has to offer and how it is put together; provides guidelines for making a transition from NIS to NIS+ and for setting up NIS+ from scratch; presents step-by-step instructions for setting up the components of an NIS+ namespace, from the root domain to individual clients; describes the NIS+ commands (syntax and details) in terms of administration categories; and contains Pre-Setup Worksheets, a list of NIS+ Scripts Error Messages, and a discussion of the NIS+ API. MARKET: For system and network administrators, and for MIS managers (who need to determine whether NIS+ offers what they need).
Table of contents
PART I. UNDERSTANDING NIS+.
PART II. PLANNING FOR NIS+.
PART III. SETTING UP THE NIS+ SERVICE.
PART IV. ADMINISTERING THE NIS+ SERVICE.
PART V. APPENDICES.
Published by Pearson (July 18th 1994) - Copyright © 1995