Setting the Secure RPC domain name
All machines supporting Secure RPC must have what is known as a secure
RPC domain name.
By default, a machine's Secure RPC domain name is null and,
because it is null, Secure RPC will not work on the machine.
A domain name can be set using the
If NIS is used,
it remembers the domain name across reboots.
If NIS is not used,
administrators need to either:
to change a machine's domain name from null to finance
using the first method:
Edit the file /etc/conf/pack.d/name/space.c,
and set the SRPC_DOMAIN
tunable to the desired Secure RPC domain name.
Call domainname in the RPC
start-up script /etc/rc2.d/S75rpc.
Find the following line
Change this to:
Rebuild the kernel and reboot your system:
shutdown -y -g0 -i6
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004