On 2/7/20 11:36 AM, Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
On Fri, Feb 07, Michael Ströder wrote:
I'm in the LDAP world for 20+ years now. I
don't know any deployment
where services map is delivered via LDAP (even though RFC 2307 defines
the schema and nss_ldap and nss-pam-ldap aka nslcd support services
map). It would also be pretty stupid to do that.
Depends how you distribute your software.
If you install the software on every single machine: ok.
If you, like we did at university, distribute the software via
NFS, you don't want to mess around with /etc/services on every
single of the 5000 machines, you want to add the necessary entries
for the software in one central place.
Well, today we have config management to distribute fairly constant
files to thousands of systems.
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