What is the correct
/etc/yp.conf format for indicating a NIS domain has more than one NIS server available to it?
Also, how does the client decide to look for another server?
I've tried this:
domain NIS server nis1 domain NIS server nis2
...but everything binds to nis1. If I reboot nis1, everything just hangs until nis1 comes back, I don't see them seeking new servers.
For security reasons, broadcast definitions are not acceptable.
Edit: perhaps I'm unclear. My question is: I have two nis servers, one master and one slave. How do I configure CentOS client X such that it has access to both nis servers?