Mostly due to legacy reasons we'd like to keep it the same. Duplicating the
maps would increase our provisioning time, as that we have around 18k, and
they need to be replicated to a number of servers, some over high latency
WAN links. Additionally we use underscores instead of dots for auto_master.
On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 11:29 PM, Ondrej Valousek <ovalousek(a)vendavo.com>wrote:
I would not go down this route.****
Why do not you have two auto.master maps in different Ous in the ldap tree
that would correspond to the location of your campuses for example?****
You can configure sssd where to search for the auto.master map.****
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*Subject:* [SSSD-users] How to change autofs auto.master name?****
We have two auto.master maps: auto_master_a and auto_master_b. The reason
for this is that it allows us to maintain the same paths at different
campuses and redirect them to local filers vs. traversing a WAN link.****
In sssd I don't see an option to change the auto.master map name however,
the cache expiring code seems to be hard coded to the string "auto.master".
Looking at the code briefly I'm also not quite sure what the best way to
add an ldap_autofs_master_map_name option would be, since it doesn't look
like the configuration contexts are available in the provider and be code.
Any suggestions appreciated.****
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