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CentOS 7 - Updates for x86_64: system environment/daemons: ypserv

ypserv - The NIS (Network Information Service) server

License: GPLv2
Vendor: CentOS
The Network Information Service (NIS) is a system that provides
network information (login names, passwords, home directories, group
information) to all of the machines on a network. NIS can allow users
to log in on any machine on the network, as long as the machine has
the NIS client programs running and the user's password is recorded in
the NIS passwd database. NIS was formerly known as Sun Yellow Pages

This package provides the NIS server, which will need to be running on
your network. NIS clients do not need to be running the server.

Install ypserv if you need an NIS server for your network. You also
need to install the yp-tools and ypbind packages on any NIS client


ypserv-2.31-12.el7.x86_64 [156 KiB] Changelog by Petr Kubat (2019-01-31):
- Do not overwrite user password in passwd.adjunct when changing shell
- Resolves: #1624295
ypserv-2.31-11.el7.x86_64 [156 KiB] Changelog by Petr Kubat (2018-04-20):
- rpc.yppasswd: Only check selinux context if selinux is enabled
  Resolves: #1492892
ypserv-2.31-10.el7.x86_64 [156 KiB] Changelog by Matej Mužila (2017-01-19):
- rpc.yppasswd: presserve selinux context of shadow and passwd
  Resolves: #1255583
ypserv-2.31-9.el7_3.x86_64 [155 KiB] Changelog by Matej Mužila (2016-11-30):
- Do not update NIS map when master's version is older
- Open correct _temporary_ db with tokyocabinet
- Resolves #1305137, #1331882
ypserv-2.31-8.el7.x86_64 [155 KiB] Changelog by Daniel Mach (2014-01-24):
- Mass rebuild 2014-01-24

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