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I started the NIS server on Centos 7 with 2 Centos 6 slaves and several clients, this system worked fine until I tried to connect 1 slave device with the SunOS 8 system, after updating all the files and restarting the services. The NIS server can push maps only after restarting ypserv on the server, when I try to change the map or mark the timestamp of the map, I see the following error

[root@nisserv01 yp]# touch etc/passwd

[root@nisserv01 yp]# make

Updating passwd.byname...

nisslave1: Master's version not newer

nisslave2: Master's version not newer

Pushed passwd.byname to tsl domain

Updating passwd.byuid...

nisslave1: Master's version not newer

nisslave2: Master's version not newer

Pushed passwd.byuid to tsl domain

so, the maps are not updated, it is interesting that on slave and master - yppoll shows the same thing:

[root@nisslave1 ~]# yppoll passwd.byname

Domain nisdom is supported.

Map passwd.byname has order number 1588857536. [Thu May 7 16:18:56 2020]

The master server is nisserv01

but ypcat on master show updated information and on slave old information

* restarting the server, checking the normal settings did not help, so maybe you can tell me which configuration to check.

  • Please consider updating the text in your question so that it is grammatically correct. I find it difficult to follow what it is you're doing. – Kusalananda May 7 at 15:54

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