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Re: F12 -hang on boot - NetworkManger problem?

On Thu, 2009-10-15 at 15:00 +1300, Peter Glassenbury (CSSE) wrote:
> I have F12_x86_64 installed from alpha ISO and kept up to date
> with a yum update. (running on a intel core2-duo)
> I am always getting a hang on boot at the stage of..
>        Starting system message bus.
> It waits at this point for just over 10 minutes, then
> continues through normally to runlevel 5.
> Errors in /var/log/messages say
> nss_ldap: failed to bind to LDAP server ......can't contact LDAP server
> It repeats  this many times while starting the dbus-daemon and eventually times out.
> It repeats  the error through automountd and rpc.statd
> and then finally NetworkManager runs again and starts the network
> Where should I report this as a bug? and against what...
> Network manager for not getting its act together earlier or
> general init.d boot script order..??
> In an F10 install we had to remove NetworkManager to get a
> working system.
> Currently I'm testing F11 and F12alpha and F11 works fine.
> (on the same hardware machines)
> Any help or pointers on what to report greatly received.
add the following to /etc/ldap.conf

nss_initgroups_ignoreusers root, ldap, dbus, named
timelimit 30
bind_timelimit 30
bind_policy soft

you might want to add other daemon 'users' from /etc/passwd the the
'ignoreusers' line too.


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