PRs for tag 'nis'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'nis' as of 3-10-2014. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.
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PRs for tag 'nis':
|o||2008/12/10||bin/129541||[nis] passwd(1) cannot be forced to "yp" mode in some circumstances.|
|o||2005/11/01||kern/88320||[nis] ypxfr(8) talks IPv6 to IPv4-only portmap -> ypinit fails|
|o||2004/10/12||conf/72592||gavin||[nis] NIS Domain Master fails as client of itself|
|o||2004/09/12||bin/71617||[patch] [nis] ypserv(8): cleanup of the usr.sbin/ypserv code|
|o||2004/09/12||bin/71616||[patch] [nis] yp_mkdb(8): cleanup of the usr.sbin/yp_mkdb code|
|o||2004/05/29||conf/67328||[nis] [ppp] Usermode PPP hangs on boot when NIS configured|
|o||2004/05/24||bin/67142||[nis] rpc.yppasswdd incorrectly throws errors about invalid shells with -s|
|o||2004/05/19||bin/66893||[patch] [nis] rpc.yppasswdd(8): Linux NIS clients connecting to FreeBSD NIS servers get authentication failure|
|o||2004/05/18||bin/66830||[nis] chsh(1) ypchsh(1) do not change user information over NIS|
|o||2003/07/04||bin/54097||[nis] Non-local yppasswd(1) -d broken in 5.1-CURRENT|
|o||2003/04/30||bin/51628||[nis] ypmatch doesn't match keys in legacy NIS servers|
|o||2002/10/28||kern/44578||[nis] getnetgrent fails to read NIS netgroup map|
|o||2002/08/27||bin/42093||[nis] ypbind(8) hangs on NIC with the lowest scopeid|
|o||2002/07/05||bin/40215||[nis] NIS host search not terminate|
|o||2002/02/11||kern/34842||[nis] [patch] VmWare port + NIS causes "broadcast storm"|
|o||2001/08/20||bin/29903||[nis] ypbind(8) loses connection to NIS master and never recovers|
|o||2001/08/17||bin/29808||[nis] ypserv(8) dumps core in yp_find_db|
|o||2001/01/19||bin/24461||[nis] Being able to increase the YP timeout without rebuilding libc.so|
|o||1998/07/15||bin/7287||[nis] Incorrect domain name for MAP_UPDATE in multidomain NIS environment|
|o||1996/11/23||bin/2090||[patch] [nis] clients may bind to FreeBSD ypserv refusing to serve them|
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