nisserver-plugin-defs (1) - Linux Man Pages
nisserver-plugin-defs: print default settings for the NIS server plugin
SYNOPSISnisserver-plugin-defs [-d domain ] [-m map ] [-s suffix ]
DESCRIPTIONThe nisserver-plugin-defs command produces example configuration entries containing the default settings which the NIS server plugin will use for all maps for which it has built-in defaults, or if a particular map name is specified, for one map.
- -d DOMAIN
- By default, nisserver-plugin-defs uses a placeholder for the NIS domain name when it prints example configuration entries. This option allows a particular domain name to be specified.
- -m MAP
- By default, nisserver-plugin-defs prints example configuration entries for all of the maps for which it has built-in defaults. This option can be used to examine the defaults associated with a particular map name.
- -s SUFFIX
By default, nisserver-plugin-defs uses a placeholder for the base DN
under which it expects to find entries which are relevant for the map. This
option allows a particular search base to be specified.
BUGSProbably, but let's hope not. If you find any, please file them in the bug database at http://slapi-nis.fedorahosted.org/.
AUTHORNalin Dahyabhai <nalin [at] redhat.com>